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VIRGINIA THIS MORNING: The Firehouse Theatre Project

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RICHMOND, Va (WTVR) - The play, 'Time Stands Still'  has twice been produced on Broadway and was nominated for a Tony for best play. The main characters, are a couple who both worked as journalists covering the war in Iraq. Both came home with wounds, in one case physical, and the other psychological wounds. It’s the latest production from "Firehouse Theatre", opening this week. Firehouse Theatre’s Interim Artistic Director Jase Smith shares a preview and we enjoy a scene from Aly Wepplo and Charley Raintree.  The show starts Friday, April 19th and continues through Saturday, May 11th at their location, 1609 West Broad St.