by Donald Margulies
Directed by Lexi von Hoffmann
For years, photographer Sarah and journalist James have been reporting on war zones all over the world. In this perceptive play by Pulitzer Prize winner playwright Donald Margulies, Time Stands Still for them both after they have gotten too close to the horrors they have been covering and had to return to their native New York. The involuntary break raises fundamental questions about the merit of their work and the importance of their relationship.
Performance dates are Wednesday, 14th June to Saturday, 17th June and Wednesday, 21st June to Saturday, 24th June 2017 at Theater an der Marschnerstraße at 7.30pm (plus a matinée performance on Saturday, 17th June at 3.30pm).
|Sarah Goodwin||Amy Lee|
|James Dodd||Dave Duke|
|Richard Ehrlich||Jonathan Greenman|
|Mandy Bloom||Agnetha Höfels|
For Sarah (Amy Lee), time stands still when she looks through the viewfinder of her camera while covering one of the many war zones of this world
After suffering major injuries while on assignment Sarah (Amy Lee) and James (David Duke) return to New York
James (David Duke) has reported from war zones all of his professional life. How will his life change now that he is back in New York?
As a photo editor, Richard (Jonathan Greenman) deals with pictures from many different areas: conflict zones as well as New York charity events.
Mandy (Agnetha Höfels) believes the beauty of this world outweighs the terrors of it
Richard (Jonathan Greenman) is ready to present his new, and much younger, girlfriend Mandy (Agnetha Höfels) to his best friends: war correspondets James (David Duke) and Sarah (Amy Lee)
Photos above by Herwig Lührs