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Time Stands Still |The Break of Noon | 2014 Staged Play Reading Series

 
 

"TIME STANDS STILL" GRAPHICTIME STANDS STILL

by Donald Margulies

UW Ethnic Cultural Theatre
August 1 - 24, 2014!


A Northwest Premiere!
Widely hailed as one of the best new plays on Broadway, TIME STANDS STILL is the story of Sarah and James, a photo-journalist and a war correspondent, who have been together for nine years and share a passion for documenting the realities of war. But when injuries force them to return home to New York, the adventurous couple confront the prospect of a more conventional life. TIME STANDS STILL is a blazingly important new work about responsibility—to ourselves, to our loved ones, to our community, and to our world.

"A powerful drama...flawless...Time Stands Still is Donald Margulies's finest play since the Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner With Friends." --The New York Times

"Insightful...the work is smart, stylish, timely and layered" --Associated Press

"A solid play — taught and well-constructed" --Time Out New York

Don't miss this extraodinary and affecting new American masterpiece.

MARIA KNOX & MONA LEACH IN REACT'S "TIME STANDS STILL"   JOHN BIANCHI & BRIAN PUCHEU IN REACT'S "TIME STANDS STILL"

Maria Knox as Sarah and
Mona Leach as Mandy
in a scene from ReAct's
Time Stands Still.
Photo: David Hsieh.

 

John Bianchi as Richard
and Brian Pucheu as James
in ReAct's Northwest Premiere of
Time Stands Still.
Photo: David Hsieh.


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8pm Show

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UW Ethnic Cultural Theatre

The UW Ethnic Cultural Theatre is located at 3940 Brooklyn Ave NE at the corner of 39th & Brooklyn in Seattle's University District.

Parking is available in the parking lot just south of the theatre and throughout the neighborhood. Additional nearby paylots are also available.
>>maps & directions
>>public transit info

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When do tickets go offsale online and through the ticket outlets?
A. Online sales usually cease 4 hours before showtime. Advanced Outlet sales usually cease at midnight before the day of show but operational times vary from outlet to outlet. A limited number of walk-up sales should always be available at the venue for most performances, and standing room tickets are available for sold out shows.
Q. What's the running time?
A. Approximately 2 hours in length including intermission.
Q. Is the show appropriate for children?
A. Although we don't encourage bringing small children to the theatre, TIME STANDS STILL should be appropriate for older kids. Rating: PG-13.
Q. Is seating assigned or festival seating?
A. Seating is NOT assigned. Open festival seating begins approximately 20 minutes prior to curtain.
Q. Do I need to make a reservation or can I just walk up at the door and expect to get in?
A. Although the venue can accommodate many at each performance, seating is ultimately limited. We should be able to accommodate you, but purchasing advanced tickets or making reservations is encouraged, particularly towards the end of our limited engagement.
Q. If I reserve tickets, do I need to pay for them in advance, and where do I pick them up?
A. Reserved tickets can be picked up on the day of show and are held at willcall in the theatre lobby until curtain. Our Box Office opens 45 minutes before showtime. You can secure payment for your tickets in advance and save money, or just pay for them at the door on the day of show, whichever you prefer. For your convenience, prepaid advanced tickets are also available through Brownpaper Tickets and other fine outlets.
Q. Is late seating allowed?
A. While this venue does allow for some limited late seating, it cannot be guaranteed. Latecomers won't be seated until the next available scene break at the discretion of our house manager as to not disturb other patrons.
Q. Is it true prizes are raffled off at every performance?
A. Yes, we have terrific doorprize drawings at the start of each show, so hang on to your ticket stub and don't be late!

ReAct's production of Time Stands Still will benefit the Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Theatre Puget Sound and many more.

Time Stands Still is presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
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BRIAN PUCHEU & MARIA KNOX IN REACT'S "TIME STANDS STILL"

Brian Pucheu as James and Maria Knox as Sarah in a publicity photo for Time Stands Still
Photo: David Hsieh.


Day of Show Admission Prices:
General $18
Students, Seniors $15
Military, Disabled $15
Youth $12
Theatre Artists $9
Charity Benefit $20

Buy early and save!
Advanced Discount Prices:
General $15
Students, Seniors $12
Military, Disabled $12
Youth $9


Save $1 off admission with a foodbank donation at the door. Group discounts are available for parties of 10 or more.

To securely purchase advanced tickets online now and save, (with online service fees covered by ReAct!) click here:


Or to simply reserve "Day of Show" tickets now and pay for them at the door, call ReAct's Box Office at
(206) 364-3283

You can also email your reservation directly to our box office.
Please include your name, telephone, and the date and number of tickets desired.


The proceeds of any Charity Benefit Tickets purchased will be donated to the non-profit of your choice.

Great money saving
Subscription Packages
are also available!


Tickets may also be purchased online, by phone or in person through

"BROWN PAPER TICKETS LOGO" LOGO

Call 1-800-838-3006
or visit any Brown Paper Tickets outlet including Puget Sound area Silver Platters Stores.


BRIAN PUCHEU, MARIA KNOX, MONA LEACH AND JOHN BIANCHI IN REACT'S "TIME STANDS STILL"

Brian Pucheu as James and Maria Knox as Sarah with Mona Leach as Mandy and John Bianchi as Richard in ReAct's local premiere of Time Stands Still.
Photo: David Hsieh.

Directed by
David Hsieh

Starring
John Bianchi
Maria Knox
Mona Leach
and
Brian Pucheu

Stage Managed by
Rachel Rene

Lighting Designed by
Chrystian Shepperd

Sound Designed by
Andrew Chin

Production Designed by
David Hsieh

 
BRIAN PUCHEU & MARIA KNOX IN REACT'S "TIME STANDS STILL"

Brian Pucheu as James with John Bianchi as Richard in ReAct's Time Stands Still.
Photo: David Hsieh.

 
 

"THE BREAK OF NOON" GRAPHICTHE BREAK OF NOON

by Neil Labute

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
September 5 - 28 2014


A Northwest Premiere!
Amidst the chaos and horror of the worst office mass shooting event in American history, John Smith, the only survivor sees the face of God. His modern-day revelation creates a maelstrom of disbelief among everyone he knows as he struggles to lead a better life. THE BREAK OF NOON explores our society, the media, religion and gun violence as only Labute could imagine.

"Unsettles exactly as it should... In this new work from the prolific and undeniably talented Neil LaBute...A nifty coup de théàtre" --The New York Times

"Neil LaBute has done something quite different in this new play: He's created what basically amounts to a Rorschach test of faith." --Associated Press

"A darkly comic morality tale." --New York Post

Don't miss this controversial award-winning new play that's classic Labute.


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Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

The Youngstown Cultural Arts Center is located at 4408 Delridge Way SW in the Delridge neighborhood of West Seattle.

Free Parking is available in the center parking lots and throughout the neighborhood.
>>maps & directions
>>public transit info

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When do tickets go offsale online and through the ticket outlets?
A. Online sales usually cease 4 hours before showtime. Advanced Outlet sales usually cease at midnight before the day of show but operational times vary from outlet to outlet. A limited number of walk-up sales should always be available at the venue for most performances, and standing room tickets are available for sold out shows.
Q. What's the running time?
A. Approximately 90 minutes without intermission.
Q. Is the show appropriate for children?
A. THE BREAK OF NOON contains adult subject matter and is not recommended for children without parental guidance. Rating: R-17.
Q. Is seating assigned or festival seating?
A. Seating is NOT assigned. Open festival seating begins approximately 20 minutes prior to curtain.
Q. Do I need to make a reservation or can I just walk up at the door and expect to get in?
A. Although the venue can accommodate many at each performance, seating is ultimately limited. We should be able to accommodate you, but purchasing advanced tickets or making reservations is encouraged, particularly towards the end of our limited engagement.
Q. If I reserve tickets, do I need to pay for them in advance, and where do I pick them up?
A. Reserved tickets can be picked up on the day of show and are held at willcall in the theatre lobby until curtain. Our Box Office opens 45 minutes before showtime. You can secure payment for your tickets in advance and save money, or just pay for them at the door on the day of show, whichever you prefer. For your convenience, prepaid advanced tickets are also available through Brownpaper Tickets and other fine outlets.
Q. Is late seating allowed?
A. While this venue does allow for some limited late seating, it cannot be guaranteed. Latecomers won't be seated until the next available scene break at the discretion of our house manager as to not disturb other patrons.
Q. Is it true prizes are raffled off at every performance?
A. Yes, we have terrific doorprize drawings at the start of each show, so hang on to your ticket stub and don't be late!

ReAct's production of The Break of Noon will benefit the Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Theatre Puget Sound and many more.

The Break of Noon is presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
>>back to top


WILLIAM POOLE IN REACT'S "THE BREAK OF NOON"

William Poole as John in a publicity photo for The Break of Noon
Photo: David Hsieh.


Day of Show Admission Prices:
General $18
Students, Seniors $15
Military, Disabled $15
Youth $12
Theatre Artists $9
Charity Benefit $20

Buy early and save!
Early Bird Discount Ticket Prices available until August 15th:
General $12
Students, Seniors $9
Military, Disabled $9
Youth $9


Save $1 off admission with a foodbank donation at the door. Group discounts are available for parties of 10 or more.

To securely purchase advanced tickets online now and save, (with online service fees covered by ReAct!) click here:


Or to simply reserve "Day of Show" tickets now and pay for them at the door, call ReAct's Box Office at
(206) 364-3283

You can also email your reservation directly to our box office.
Please include your name, telephone, and the date and number of tickets desired.


The proceeds of any Charity Benefit Tickets purchased will be donated to the non-profit of your choice.

Great money saving
Subscription Packages
are also available!


Tickets may also be purchased online, by phone or in person through

"BROWN PAPER TICKETS LOGO" LOGO

Call 1-800-838-3006
or visit any Brown Paper Tickets outlet including Puget Sound area Silver Platters Stores.


Directed by
David Hsieh

Starring
Jennifer Crooks
Keiko Green
William Poole
Malcolm West
and more!

Costumes Designed by
Pete Rush

Lighting Designed by
Chrystian Shepperd

 

 
 

2014 STAGED PLAY READING SERIES

This series, co-presented with the Elliott Bay Book Company, features new, award-winning and classic works by local, national and international playwrights. These staged play readings are a unique blend of the spoken word and theatrical staging. Please join us for these special presentations presented throughout the year. Reserve your seats today!

"BRILLIANT TRACES" GRAPHICBRILLIANT TRACES

By Cindy Lou Johnson

Elliott Bay Book Company
2pm - January 26, 2014

Staged Reading


ReAct is thrilled to kick off our 15th Annual Staged Play Reading Series with a presentation of Cindy Lou Johnson's mesmerizing American play, BRILLIANT TRACES. Unexpectedly thrown together in the confines of a snowbound cabin in the wilds of Alaska, two strangers explore the pain of the past and consider the possibilities of the present. Their isolation with each other catapults them to break through the web of pain and lost love as they find their way back from loneliness and grief. Don't miss this charming and poignant play featuring ReAct's multi-ethnic casting.

"TIME STANDS STILL" GRAPHICTIME STANDS STILL

By Donald Margulies

Elliott Bay Book Company
2pm - February 9, 2014

Staged Reading


Our play reading series continues with one of the finest new plays to grace the American stage, TIME STANDS STILL, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies. After barely surviving a bomb blast in Iraq, a photojournalist returns home to recuperate and finds herself caught in a tug of war between her career and the quiet domestic life desired by her long-time lover and friends around her. Don't miss this extraordinary and timely recent Broadway smash, which ReAct will premiere locally in full production later this season!

Elliott Bay Book Company

The Elliott Bay Book Company is located at 1521 Tenth Avenue, between Pike and Pine Streets on Seattle's Capitol Hill.

Free street parking on Sundays and evenings is available throughout the surrounding neighborhood.
>>maps & directions
>>public transit info

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are the estimated running times of the presentations?
A. Brilliant Traces runs 90 minutes long and Time Stands Still run approximately 2 hours in length.
Q. Are these presentation appropriate for children?
A. Although older kids may enjoy them, for the most part these shows are generally not recommended for young children due to language and adult themes.
Q. Is seating assigned or festival seating?
A. Seating is NOT assigned. Open festival seating begins approximately 10 minutes prior to curtain.
Q. Do I need to make a reservation or can I just walk up at the door and expect to get in?
A. Seating is extremely limited for our staged readings. We should be able to accommodate you, but reservations are strongly encouraged.
Q. Is admission required?
A. Admission to our staged play reading series is free, with a "pay-what-you-can" donation ($5 suggested) to help defray production costs and benefit the actors on stage. Advanced reservations online are $5.
Q. What can I expect to see?
A. Mot of our readings are usually fully staged with props, costumes and limited set pieces...but with just a few rehearsals, the cast will have scripts in hand. We hope you won't miss these unique presentations.

Brilliant Traces and Time Stands Still are presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.

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Admission
Donate-What-You-Will
($5 Suggested Donation)


For seat reservations call ReAct's Box Office at
(206) 364-3283
Or email your reservation directly to our box office.
Please include your name, telephone, and number of tickets desired.

Advanced tickets may also be purchased online, by phone or in person through

"BROWN PAPER TICKETS LOGO" LOGO

Call 1-800-838-3006
or visit any Brown Paper Tickets outlet including Puget Sound area Silver Platters Stores.



BRILLIANT TRACES

Directed by
David Hsieh

Starring
Narea Kang
and
William Poole


TIME STANDS STILL

Directed by
David Hsieh

Starring
Gordon Hendrickson
Mona Leach
Jonah Von Spreecken

and
Roberta Wolf
 

 
 
 
 



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