Doubt: A Parable Shows Suspicion's Uncertain Side
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This is an excellent production of the John Patrick Hanley play. The actresses playing the pivotal roles of Sister Aloysius and Mrs. Muller were particular stand-outs. The performance space is reasonably comfortable although seating is rather close together. The venue is on Monmouth in the heart of the entertainment district south of Newport on the Levee, surrounded by a selection of good restaurants. Bravo to Falcon Productions for continuing its tradition of intimate but polished community theatre productions.
This play contains mature subject matter. Parental discretion is advised.
About the Ticket Supplier: Falcon Theater
Founded in 1989 by Dave Radtke and Ted Weil, Falcon continues to be faithful to its mission of bringing powerful theater to the Greater Cincinnati area. Since their first show, "Beyond Therapy," they have brought high caliber theatrical productions to local audiences. This level of quality is the hallmark of the Greater Cincinnati theater scene.
Falcon first took the stage in the Westwood Town Hall, an historic building that is run by the City of Cincinnati as a recreation and arts center. After 14 years in that venue, they reloctated to the Monmouth Theater right across the river in Newport, Kentucky. They are currently involved in the on-going transformation of this space...turning it into a vibrant home within walking distance of the Newport on the Levee entertainment district.