How we react to suffering is one of the questions raised in David Margulies’s arresting play, “Time Stands Still.”
That it is a fact of life we know, something we all must endure, to varying extents. Should we embrace it? Should we avert our gaze inasmuch as we are able? Should we accept beauty and suffering as the opposite sides of the same coin?
Talk about burning the nets: East Hampton High’s three guards, Kyle McKee, Brandon Kennedy-Gay, and Kevin Fee, put on a show at Bonac’s gym last Thursday night, making good on 17 of the 26 shots they took from beyond the 3-point arc in a 76-51 rout of Bayport-Blue Point, which had come into the game undefeated.