Everyman Theatre's 22nd season opener, Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies
, is one of the final two shows that will be produced at Everyman's Charles Street home this Fall. In January, 2013, Everyman Theatre will be making an historic move to its brand new theatre located downtown on Fayette Street. Critically acclaimed in New York, Time Stands Still was nominated for a Tony for Best Play in 2010. Everyman Theatre's production marks its Baltimore premiere and BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production below.
The play follows the relationship of Sarah and James – a photographer and a journalist – who share a passion for the adrenaline rush caused from reporting in the world's deadliest war zones. As reporters, their lives are devoted to telling the toughest stories from across the globe.
Beth Hylton will play the role of Sarah. Joining Ms. Hylton on stage will be Washington, DC actor Eric Messner as James. Returning to the Everyman stage will also be James Whelan as Richard, who was last seen in Everyman's production of The Exonerated (2009). And making her Everyman debut will be Mandy Nicole Moore as Mandy.
Jason Loewith will be directing the production. The rest of the creative team is comprised of Everyman Resident Set Designer Daniel Ettinger and Resident Lighting Designer Jay Herzog, plus costumer designer LeVonne Lindsay (A Raisin in the Sun, The Brothers Size) and sound designer Veronika Vorel (Everyman Theatre debut).
Time Stands Still runs August 29 through October 7, offering performances Wednesday through Sunday, with selected Tuesday evening performances.
Single tickets for Time Stands Still are now on-sale and range in price from $10 - $50; 6-Play Season Subscriptions are currently on sale to the public and range in price from $150 - $242. 4-Play Fayette Street Subscriptions are also on sale and range in price from $111 - $191.
Everyman Theatre is a professional theatre company dedicated to celebrating the actor, with a resident company of artists from the Baltimore/DC area. Seeking connection and emotional truth in performance, Everyman Theatre was founded in 1990 by Vincent Lancisi. The theatre is committed to engaging the audience through a shared experience between actor and patron, and to presenting high quality plays that are affordable and accessible to everyone.
Vincent Lancisi is the Founder and Artistic Director of Everyman Theatre; Ian Tresselt is the Managing Director. For information about Everyman Theatre, visit www.everymantheatre.org or call 410.752.2208.
James Whalen and Mandy Nicole Moore
Beth Hylton and Eric M. Messner