Red Turnip Theater unveils a provocative rendition of Jennifer Haley’s sci-fi crime thriller
‘Fear, danger and suspense can be heard, seen, felt and imagined . . . It would be interesting to tell this disturbing story’
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The country’s three biggest dailies all bore similar banner photos last Tuesday: policemen in tears during a recent gathering in the wake of the abominable massacre of their colleagues in Mamasapano, Maguindanao. Those were haunting images, to say the least, but they also inadvertently begged the timeworn question: Just how up close and personal can a picture get before it all becomes disruptive, disrespectful and distasteful?
Fresh off the critical success of the Pulitzer Prize winner “Rabbit Hole,” Red Turnip is capping off its second season with another heralded play from Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Donald Marguilles, “Time Stands Still.”
“We’re the ultimate leading man and woman for this play—we have steamy scenes and you’ll sweat when you see them,” declared Nonie Buencamino, referring to his partnership with fellow multiplatform actor Ana Abad Santos in Red Turnip Theater’s season-opener, “Time Stands Still.”