Doubt, the Acclaimed Award-Winning Play at Las Vegas Little Theatre
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The hills will definitely be alive with The Sound of Music at this interactive screening of the film favorite, featuring a fancy dress competition, sing-along subtitles, a "magic moments" fun pack and more. The evening's host leads you through all the pre-show activities, including a vocal warm-up and a primer on when to boo and throw your provided props at the screen (when Nazis appear) and when to cheer (uh ... when Julie shows up). Then you'll enjoy this classic movie in all its Technicolor glory on the big screen and sing along to memorable Rodgers & Hammerstein tunes like "Favorite Things," "Edelweiss," "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" and the title song. Costumes are strongly encouraged, of course, so break out the lederhosen and enjoy this participatory event. Learn More
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The set was absolutely amazing and very realistic for a small venue. The acting was superb, but at times over dramatic. The plot was not always very clear, but overall an excellent play. Very affordable ticket prices and very affordable...continued
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“Well-written roles that crackle with intelligence and rhythm.” —The New Yorker
“…passionate, exquisite, important and engrossing." —NY Newsday
“A beautifully balanced drama. Shanley is a writer working at the top of his craft, making the most of a muted but evocative palette in the pursuit of truth’s shadows. Here, for the first time in a long time, is a play that is about something.” —Chicago Tribune
Written by John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Walter Niejadlik
Doubt was the winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award and Drama Desk Award.
Sister Aloysius, a Bronx Catholic school principal, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young Father Flynn of having improper relations with one of the male students.
Set in 1964, the play follows Sister Aloysius, who, with little more than a resolute belief in her suspicion and a few circumstantial details, instigates a relentless campaign to remove the priest, enlisting the help of a subordinate nun and the child’s tormented mother in this brilliant and powerful drama.