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Pulitzer-winning drama takes the stage

In Doubt - Georgetown Little Theatre presents Pulitzer prize-winning play, Doubt: A Parable, featuring  Ro Palumbo-Coates, Sister Aloysius and Scott Carmichael as Father Flynn.  submitted photo

Pulitzer-winning drama takes the stage

ACTON - Georgetown Little Theatre’s remarkable season opener is John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer prize-winning play, Doubt: A Parable.

The controversial work was inspired by the concept of doubt itself and about the choices one makes, and the aftermath one must live with, when faced with questions that shake one’s very foundation when required to act upon them.

Set in the 1960s, a time of social change both for the Catholic Church and for society as a whole, Sister Aloysius (Ro Palumbo-Coates) has cast ambiguous suspicions against an idealistic young priest, Father Flynn (Scott Carmichael) and his relationship with their school’s first black student.  

Performances take place at Acton Town Hall Centre, at 19 Willow St. beginning Nov. 2 and running until Nov. 16, with evening performances at 8pm, and two matinees at 2pm on Nov. 4 and 11.

Tickets are $17, for the Thursday and Sunday shows and $20 for Friday and Saturday performances.

To purchase tickets contact  the box office at 905-877-3700; or order on-line at www.haltonhills.ca/theatre.

Tickets are also available at Acton Home Hardware or at Sports Unlimited in Georgetown.

For additional information visit www.georgetownlittletheatre.ca.

November 2, 2012

 
 

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