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Ahmanson Theatre
at the Music Center 135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-2772
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15 reviews
14 stars
Very limited street parking and places to eat so come prepared to pay for parking and fed.
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23 reviews
13 stars
They changed Patina Restaurant in the courtyard. They made it smaller and changed to a price fixed menu. We arrived 1 1/2 hrs. early and couldn't get in. The taco bar was closed. We couldn't get into another restaurant and ended up getting a sandwich from the fast food kiosk.
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"Doubt"
820 ratings
4.6 average rating
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189 events
169 reviews
48 stars
attended Oct 03 2006

Excellent play performed by excellent performers. It was a real Roarchark test of people's attitudes and prejudices. Watching the play, I had my own interpretation of who was right and who was wrong. Therefore, it was a real eye-opening...continued

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113 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 17 2006

A compelling play serviced to the hilt with great performances. Cherry Jones is just amazing, the body language she uses in this characterization is fascinating. A great, provocative evening!

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91 reviews
45 stars
attended Sep 24 2006

A modern classic. Not to be missed.

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Quotes & Highlights

“A gripping mystery.” —Time Out New York
“Enthralling, vibrant and sizzling. No doubt about Doubt—it is a great evening in the theater.” —New York Post

Description

A provocative new play from John Patrick Shanley—one of the finest writers of the modern American stage—_Doubt _surprised audiences and critics, swept the 2005 Tony Awards, and won the Pulitzer prize for drama. Cherry Jones, Tony Award-winner for _Doubt _and The Heiress, will perform in only a few cities in America, reprising her heralded portrayal of Sister Aloysius in this limited engagement.