As we prepare for live shows, we are implementing a lot of new protocols to ensure the safety of our audience, cast and crew and volunteers.
1) Masks are required for most locations in the building, until you get to your seat. That's the only spot where we can guarantee your six feet of physical distancing.
2) There are no intermissions in most performances in our season
3) Please arrive well in advance of the show starting. It will take longer to get everyone to their seats with our social distancing guidelines.
“What do you do when you’re not sure?” So asks Father Flynn, the progressive and beloved priest at the St. Nicholas Church School in the Bronx, in his sermon.
It’s 1964, and things are changing, to the chagrin of rigid principal Sister Aloysius. However, when an unconscionable accusation is leveled against the Father, Sister Aloysius realizes that the only way to get justice is to create it herself. And as for the truth of the matter? As Father Flynn says, "Doubt can be a bond as powerful and sustaining as certainty.” In stunning prose, John Patrick Shanley delves into the murky shadows of moral certainty, his characters always balancing on the thin line between truth and consequences.
Doubt: A Parable is an exquisite, potent drama that will raise questions and answer none, leaving the audience to grapple with the discomfort of their uncertainties.