Time’s best play of 2010 leaps through time in pursuit of the story of the York family
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When the Rain Stops Falling
Time may be a straight line, but the life of a family is more complicated than that, with lines that cross generations and emotions that are simultaneously ageless and ancient. Named Time’s best play of 2010, When the Rain Stops Falling explores all those tangled webs and knotted spider legs through the eyes of the York family, ceding any obedience to linear time by leapfrogging through four generations and eight decades. As it runs in the years spanning 1959 and 2039, Andrew Bovell’s play combines the massive with the intimate, leading Variety to call it “a work of great sorrow and beauty.”