November 1- 25, 2017
Tap Gallery Performance Space
By Donald Marguiles
Directed by Claudia Barrie
Produced by ECLIPSE Productions
The recently relocated Tap Gallery have invited innovative new theatre company Eclipse Productions to create a theatre experience of intimacy and immediacy with a new production of Time Stands Still written by the multi-award winning American playwright, Donald Margulies for a limited season this November. Walk up the stairs and into a New York City loft apartment. Take a seat and immerse yourself in another world as the play moves around you and the complexities of love, relationships and morality are unravelled.
The emotional tension is palpable from the start. Sarah a photojournalist and James a foreign correspondent, try to find happiness in a world that seems to have lost its path. Their partnership is based on telling the toughest stories in the hope of making a difference. But when their own story takes a sudden turn, guilt ridden James realises the adventurous couple must confront the prospect of a road less travelled.
Director: Claudia Barrie
Producer: Emily J Stewart
Set Design: Isabel Hudson
Costume Design: Emily Brayshaw
Sound Composition: Amy Freeman
Cast: Laura Djanegara, Matt Minto, Terry Serio, Emily J Stewart​
Wednesday-Saturday: 7:30pm
Sunday: 5pm
Running time: approx 90 mins.
Full: $35 Concession: $30 Previews: $25
1 – 25 NOVEMBER – Tickets on Sale through www.eclipseproductions.com.au or Try Booking Time Stands Still 
The New Tap Gallery
259 Riley Street, Surry Hills, 2010.
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