At the St. Nicholas Church School in the Bronx, the Sisters of Charity teach the children under the watchful eye of the omnipresent Sister Aloysius, whose unflinching demeanor keeps everyone on the straight and narrow. When a number of dubious events raise her suspicions, Sister Aloysius wastes no time in cornering Father Flynn, the respected and much-loved parish priest. Doubt is John Patrick Shanley’s powerful and Pulitzer Prize-winning play that plumbs the depths of a powerful he-said, she-said moment of truth.
“. . . a lean, potent drama . . . passionate, exquisite, important, and engrossing”
—New York Newsday