Theater Review: "Time Stands Still" 

Firehouse's latest makes the thrill and heartbreak of wartime journalism personal.

Give the Firehouse Theatre credit for bringing something as ripped-from-the-headlines relevant as "Time Stands Still" to Richmond. While both the play and the production have a couple of distracting drawbacks, playwright Donald Margulies does an admirable job of creating an intensely…

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