by StageCenter Community Theatre
Oct. 05 - Oct. 21
“Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, "Doubt: A Parable" by John Patrick Shanley is a compelling drama that explores the complex themes of faith, morality, and ambiguity. Set in a 1960s Catholic school, the story unfolds as the rigid principal, Sister Aloysius, begins to harbor suspicions about Father Flynn. These concerns lead to a subtle yet intense conflict that raises questions about trust, integrity, and the fine line between certainty and doubt. With its nuanced characters and gripping dialogue, the play draws audiences into a thought-provoking examination of human nature and ethical dilemmas. Its intellectual depth and emotional resonance make "Doubt: A Parable" a timeless and engaging theatrical experience.”
"All of these characters are beautifully written with depth. This show calls for a very strong cast. I look forward to seeing you all at auditions." -Robin Sutton
John Patrick Stanley's dark parable Doubt is directed by Robin Sutton.
Mark Bendiksen as Father Flynn
Jennifer Hargis as Sister Aloysius
Grace Hendrix as Sister James
Wanda Mason as Mrs Muller
October 05 - October 21, 2023
218 N Bryan Avenue
Bryan, TX, 77803
October 5 - 21, 2023
Fridays - Sundays; Thursday performance October 15
Box Office/Lobby opens at 7 pm.
Show starts promptly at 7:30 pm
Sunday Matinee October 15 at 2 pm.
Box office opens at 1:30 pm.
Show starts promptly at 2 pm
Masks are encouraged as we are back to 100% seating capacity. They aren’t required, but we honor you for doing what makes you feel safest!
Please do not attend if you're feeling ill.