Doubt on Broadway
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Show Quick Facts
- Doubt the Broadway Show ran from March, 2005- Jul, 2006.
- Doubt Broadway Theater Show won four Tony Awards in 2005, including the award for Best Play.
- Doubt on Broadway was penned by John Patrick Shanley, who won the Pulitzer-Prize for this dramatic script.
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Mar. 21, 2005- July 2, 2006
Walter Kerr Theater
219 W 48th St
New York, New York 10036
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Classic Broadway Drama Will Leave You Guessing
Features: Doubt on Broadway was a 2005 Tony Award-winning play from the famous playwright, John Patrick Shanley. This Broadway drama takes place in a Bronx Catholic school in 1964, and studies the suspicions of one Priest's relationship with a young African-American boy.
Why We Go: Doubt on Broadway was the winner of several 2005 Tony Awards, including Best Actor, Best Featured Actress, Best Director and Best Play. Doubt Broadway Show left guests discussing the plot well after they left the Walter Kerr Theater, and its various viewpoints give few hints one way or the other as to how this Broadway muscal will end.
- Dramatic Performances: The features performances in the Doubt Broadway Show gave guests an exclusive look at why Broadway attracts the world's finest actors and most daring directors.
- Pulitzer-Prize Script: Doubt on Broadway was penned by John Patrick Shanley, whose dramatic script won the veteran playwright a Pulitzer-Prize.
Inside Knowledge: The highly-successful run of Doubt on Broadway inspired a critically-acclaimed movie in 2008, which starred Merryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Prepare to Think: The Doubt Broadway Show left audiences discussing their own perspectives and viewpoints long after the play was over.
- Do Pay Close Attention: The Doubt Broadway Theater Show was 90-minutes of dialogue that asked its audience to pay close attention to each characters' various beliefs and suspicions.
- Don't Jump to Conclusions: Audience opinions changed on a scene-by-scene basis while watching the dramatic Doubt on Broadway.
- Don't Miss the Movie: Though Doubt the Broadway Show concluded its NY run in 2006, audiences can still enjoy this dramatic play on film with the 2008 film starring Merryl Streep.