(PRINCETON, NJ) -- Princeton Summer Theater's final show of the 2013 Season, Time Stands Still, had a smashing opening last weekend and will continue shake up the stage for five more performances. The Tony-nominated drama by Pulitzer-winning playwright Donald Margulies forces us to examine our responsibility in the global community while offering a profoundly sensitive portrayal of real human beings we can root for.
Maeve Brady and Brad
Wilson costar as Sarah and James, a photographer and journalist who have
spent their lives documenting devastating international conflict. When
a life-threatening injury puts their work on hold, they are forced to
re-define their wartime relationship for the demands of peace. Brady
and Wilson are joined by PST veterans Evan Thompson and Sarah Paton.
PST's Time Stands Still runs August 8th-11th. Performances are
Thursday-Saturday at 8pm, and Saturday and Sunday at 2pm. Tickets are
$25, $20 for students.
Embark on an epic journey with PST as we
ford peanut butter swamps, fight fearsome dragons, and overcome the
impossible again and again in PST's annual children's show, How
Thumbelina Found her Wings! August 8th-10th at 11am. Autograph sessions
with the cast follow every performance! Tickets are $9, free for
children under 3.
This Friday, PST finishes its 2013 Young
Artists Workshops series for children aged 6-12. This weeks session is
All The World's A Stage: Design Elements of the Theater! August 9th,
1:30-4:30pm, $35 per child. Drop-ins are welcome! Register by emailing
2013 Cabaret is Wednesday, August 7th at 8pm! Enjoy a summer evening
of entertainment featuring the 2013 PST Company in a smattering of
performances in music, comedy, and drama. Bid on prizes donated by
local businesses including House of Cupcakes, The Alchemist &
Barrister, the bent spoon, Triumph Brewing Co., Infini-T Cafe and Spice
Souk, The Nassau Inn, Princeton Tour Company, and more. Tickets by
donation only -- Pay what you can!
For Tickets: visit www.SmartTix.com or call (877) 238-5596.