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"New Light Theater Project holds true to the standards of the Little Theater Movement with this revival."
- Marcina Zaccaria, Theater Pizzazz

"Each actor creates distinctive bearing, movement, and speech...Director Jerry Heymann has a keen eye for subtle moments and nuanced timing."
- Alix Cohen, Woman Around Town

"Audiences who were underwhelmed by the original production will discover new relevance, rawness and humor in New Light Theater’s heartfelt revival."
- Ethan Kanfer, Kanfer Blogs

Jerry Heymann, director of Time Stands Still,

is featured in The Spirit. Click here: 

'A Director's Second Act'.

Photos by Hunter Canning

“An impressive staging of one of Margulies’ finest and most thought-provoking dramas.” 
- Nicole Cardoni, Plays To See

Meet our TIME STANDS STILL creative team.

Roger Gonzalez interviews Michael Aguirre,

Nancy Nagrant, John Long, Assol Abdullina,

Ross DeGraw and Jerry Heymann about our

revival production.

Video by LocalTheatreNY.

Meet The Artists
Click here for the cast bios.
Sarah - Nancy Nagrant*

James - John Long*

Richard - Ross DeGraw*

Mandy - Assol Abdullina

Written by Donald Margulies

Directed by Jerry Heymann 

Scenic Design by Brian Dudkiewicz 

Costume Design by Ashleigh Poteat 

Lighting Design by Ali Hall

Associate Lighting Designer Christina Tang

Sound Design by Andy Evan Cohen †

Prop Design by Stephanie Gonzalez

Stage Management by Kelsy Durkin*

Assistant Stage Management by Lindsey Hurley †

Technical Direction by ToniAnne DiFilippo 

Press Representation by Karen Greco

† indicates NLTP company member

*indicates member of Actors' Equity Association

The cast and creatives of Time Stands Still.

About the Play

Time Stands Still revolves around Sarah, a photo journalist who has returned from covering the Iraq war after being injured by a roadside bomb, and her reporter boyfriend James who is swamped by guilt after leaving Sarah alone in Iraq. They receive a visit from their friend Richard, a photo editor, who introduces them to his new girlfriend Mandy, who is much younger than he. The play focuses on their relationships and Sarah and James' prospects at a more conventional life.

February 8 - 24, 2018

13th Street Repertory Company

50 w 13th Street

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