The play about trauma-addled lovers and war correspondents — Linney plays a photojournalist and d'Arcy James a reporter — who uneasily settle into life on the homefront earned respectable reviews and a Tony nomination for Best Play. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan again directs, and his design team reunites.
The second Broadway life of Time Stands Still began previews Sept. 23. Alicia Silverstone has been succeeded by Christina Ricci (Hollywood's "The Addams Family"), who plays the young girlfriend of Bogosian's editor character.
Here is a look at the opening night:
Time Stands Still, With Linney, James, Ricci and Bogosian, Opens on Broadway
Here's how the producers bill the show: "Sarah and James, a photographer and a journalist, have been together for years and share a passion for documenting the realities of war. But when circumstances compel them to return home to New York and their circle of friends (Eric Bogosian and Christina Ricci) the adventurous couple confronts the prospect of a more conventional life."
Tickets range from $56.50-$121.50 with premiere seating available from $176.50-$251.50 with standing room (when available) at $26.50. Tickets include a $1.50 facility fee. Tickets are on sale via Telecharge.com and at (212) 239-6200 or (800) 432-7250.