Doubt

Summer 2017
Merryman Performing Arts Center

Set in the unstable landscape of the 1960s, Doubt is the story of a young, progressive priest in the Bronx, who is accused of inappropriate relations with a student. Sister Aloysius, the school principal, is faced with the task of taking matters of justice into her own hands. The two are locked in a battle of wills, balancing on the fine line between truth and consequences. A powerful and potent drama, this Pulitzer Prize winning play dives into the question of moral certainty, and leaves audiences questioning whether the characters really made the right decisions.

CAST & CREW

Father Brendan Flynn
Mrs. Muller
Sister Aloysius Beauvier

*Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

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Director
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