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T. Schreiber Studio
151 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001
212-741-0209
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The restaurant across the street "Rare" in the Hilton is great for Beef lovers.
Doubt: A Parable
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Greg C
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I found parking on 26th street between 7th and 8th no problem
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"Doubt: A Parable"
63 ratings
4.6 average rating
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103 events
46 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 11 2012

Small cozy theater, but big performance! Bravo! Definitely would recommend. Acting was superb.

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13 reviews
26 stars
attended Oct 10 2012

Absolutely glorious production. Actors extremely professional and well-cast. This is a play that will make you think.

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4 reviews
32 stars
attended Oct 27 2012

knew the story and the priest , my brother graduated from that school also the ending part is where i sometime attend sunday service .

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Quotes & Highlights

“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 _
“An eloquent and provocative investigation of truth and consequences. A gripping mystery, tightly written.” —Time Out NY

Description

At a Bronx Catholic school in the 1960s, principal Sister Aloysius is suspicious of young Father Flynn’s relationship with one of his male students. She enlists the help of another teacher, Sister James, to prove Father Flynn’s suspected impropriety. Is it possible to do so beyond a shadow of a doubt? Find out in T. Schreiber Studio and Theatre’s revival of John Patrick Shanley’s powerful drama, winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award.