Meet Time Stands Still Cast
Assol is a NYC based actress originally from Kyrgyzstan. She is a recent graduate of The New School for Drama (MFA): Melissa, Little Man; Leila Suleiman, Yellow Moon; Ariel, The Tempest; Sudha, The Post Office. NYC: Home/Range (The Anthropologists); Something Sudden 5wept 0v3r Me (Planet Connections); 1934 Days(Times Square Festival). Film: He/She/Exit/Signs, Only Solomon Lee, The Birds of Paradise. www.assolabdullina.com
NY stage includes: Honor Bound (Off Broadway at St Lukes Theatre) C:10 Play Festival Zero Effs, and Uncovering (The Collective) The Collaborators, Antigone, Marius, The Time of Your Life, (Storm Theatre) 167 Tongues and You Are Now the Owner of This Suitcase , JH 3AM (Theatre 167) As I am Fully Known (The 8 Oclocks/NYFringe), Joan of Arc and Julius Caesar (Gorilla Rep), The Real Thing (Out of Line Productions), Bar Story (Working Mans Clothes Theatre). Regional: Julius Caesar, A Christmas Carol (NC Shakespeare Festival), Bus Stop ( Triad Stage) Taming of the Shrew, Coriolanus (Virginia Shakespeare Festival) Films include: Happy Valley (dir. Barry Levinson with Al Pacino) Witches of Oz (with Christopher Lloyd), The Last Contract, and Cargo. TV includes: “Boardwalk Empire”, “The Leftovers”, “Veep”, “The Duece”,“Hostages”, “Person of Interest”, and “The Good Wife” as well as numerous commercials. Ross is a proud member of Actors Equity and The Collective NY. Thanks to Robin my wife and my three beautiful little girls Emma, Avery, and Perrin.
John is thrilled to be making his New Light Theater Project debut. Most recently, John played King Louis XIII in The Three Musketeers at Syracuse Stage and Joseph in My Three Angels at The Barnstormers Theatre. Favorite credits include: Francis in One Man, Two Guvnors, Rosencrantz in Hamlet (twice) and Outlaw #3 in The Two Gentlemen of Verona (thrice). John, a graduate of Notre Dame, would like to thank New Light Theater for this opportunity, as well as his family and Murray for their continued love and support.
Nancy is thrilled to be joining NLTP & Jerry again for another brilliant play by Donald Marguiles, having appeared last February as Patricia in Sight Unseen. Other on stage highlights: Sonya in Uncle Vanya directed by Nancy Gabor, and “the always poignant and sometimes surprisingly hilarious Anne Hathaway” in Shakespeare’s Slave by Steven Fechter (2004 film The Woodsman). Television highlights: House of Cards, Law & Order: SVU, Bull. Nancy is also a producer. She co-produced a new play, Rosemary and Time, playing February 2018 at Paradise Factory Theatre. Also in the works are 2 short films: Miracle Baby, which marks another collaboration with Steven Fechter, and Stag Party by up-and-comer Sami Bass. www.nancynagrant.com
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