SHEPHERD EXPRESS: Uncertainty, Suspicion, and ‘Doubt’

SHEPHERD EXPRESS: Uncertainty, Suspicion, and ‘Doubt’

REVIEW — THE SHEPHERD EXPRESS: Uncertainty, Suspicion, and ‘Doubt’

 …a captivating experience that examines truth and its relation to power…

Doubt: A Parable, a production by A Company of Strangers, is a captivating experience that examines truth and its relation to power. The play deals heavily in the subtleties of its characters between occasionally explosive performances.

The show opens with an eerie and powerful sermon on doubt given by Father Flynn (Mark Staniszewski). Outside of his spotlight, there is the faint light of candles held by actors to alleviate the darkness.

Set in 1964 in the Bronx…”

…director Jessica Sosnoski helped guide the performers and crew to create a powerful performance…

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