Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play in 2005, Doubt is a thought-provoking play examining the question, “What do you do when you are not sure?” In 1964, at a Catholic school in the Bronx, Sister Aloysius sets “doubt” in motion by pursuing her suspicions about a young and progressive priest.
Clashes of wills, generations, and ideologies, wrapped in moral uncertainty, promise to create a compelling and engrossing evening of theater.
Recommended for a mature audiences, ages fourteen and older. Due to the full-length nature of the show, children younger than six cannot be admitted.
$18 Tickets • $16 for Seniors and Students • $20 for Box Seats
From the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: The Catholic Church has made great strides in correcting the environment that provided an opportunity for the sexual abuse scandal. The movie Doubt, like the play, does an excellent job of portraying the complexities surrounding the issues.
Click here for the USCCB review of the film, Doubt.
About Scott Ford
Scott has performed and directed in this area for over 20 years. Doubt marks Scott’s return to Lyric Arts, where he directed Over the River and Through the Woods in 2008. He is very happy to be back. He earned his MA from Illinois State University and received additional graduate training in Theatre at NYU, the University of London and the University of Minnesota. He taught at Bradley University in Illinois and Minnesota State University at Mankato before taking his current position as a Teaching Professor in Theatre and Speech at Anoka-Ramsey Community College.
He has directed more than 25 productions for the college including Hormel Girls, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Elephant Man and the Minnesota premier of Mr. A’s Amazing Maze Plays. He was also a founding member of and has directed shows for Plymouth Community Theatre. In addition to teaching and directing, Scott has played a wide variety of roles for a wide variety of theatres, performing most recently in Cirque de Guerre at Illusion Theatre.