World Premiere of Thriller “Paris Time” Opens at Capital Rep [Berkshire on Stage]
As you read this, it’s six hours ahead in Paris. As you read this, it is now in Paris. Steven Peterson’s Paris Time is happening as we speak — as a couple’s peace, a young woman’s life and a company’s fate are challenged by an anti-Semitic terrorist incident. Sometimes a broken windshield is a harbinger, but sometimes it’s a red herring, too.
Paris Time is being given its world premiere at Capital Repertory Theatre, from Friday (January 26)–Sunday, February 18, in a production steered by acclaimed director Gordon Greenberg.
Greenberg and Peterson both call Paris Time a thriller, but its whodunit urgency sizzles with a romantic edge.
“At heart,” Peterson says, “it’s a play about a marriage in peril.”