- Sarah Goodwin: 30s-40s, a wartime photojournalist; independent, intelligent, creative and a bit snarky
- James Dodd – 30’s – 40’s, freelance journalist; loyal, clever, humble and youthful
- Richard Ehrlich mid 40’s to mid 60’s, photo editor: wise but spirited, calm, practical, handsome, open-minded, the kind of guy that can pull off a black turtle-neck
- Mandy Bloom – a 20-something event planner; genuine, ambitious, affectionate, stylish, sweet
Written by Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies, Time Stands Still is a twist on the coming home story. Wartime photojournalist Sarah, wounded overseas by a roadside bomb, returns home to James in their small Brooklyn loft. James, a freelance journalist, and Sarah have had a long romantic relationship while covering stories together, but James had to return home early because he suffered post traumatic stress after witnessing a violent event. James and Sarah’s relationship is juxtaposed with Richard and Mandy. Richard is a distinguished photo editor, and Mandy a young event planner. They have entered into an unlikely, but happy and energetic relationship.Over the course of the year we watch Sarah physically heal while she and James try to define the future of the relationship. Time Stands Still is an elegant play about love, dreams, artistic ethics and moral struggles.
Performances will take place March 14, 15, 21 and 22