USA - "Doubt: A Parable" is one of the finest plays ever written and Maltz Jupiter Theatre's current production is more fun than confession. A Theatre Chat must see. Although the script is suspenseful through each characters exposition, there are some wonderful moments of comedic beats. Don't let those moments fool you, John Patrick Shanley is going to take this story where no one has dared gone before.
Playing through February 17, 2013 get your tickets now as no "Doubt" this is one of the best plays of Florida live theatre season. "The cast of "Doubt" give electrifying performances at Maltz Jupiter Theatre." Theatre Chat.
Maureen Anderman (Sister Aloysius) as the strict principle is brilliant in her distrusting character. Jim Ballard (Father Flynn) gives one of his strongest performances to date as a caring, loving, Priest who may or may not have befriended a student in a unacceptable relationship. Julie Kleiner (Sister James) the fresh excited school teacher is perfect for the counterpart character needed to support this compelling story of true "Doubt".
Karen Stephens (Mrs. Muller) gives an outstanding performance as the loving mother of a child that would overlook any flaws of her adolescent son to get him through school, no matter how horrific those flaws could be seen to a staunch Nun. Karen relishes each and every beat in this script. Having seen the play endless times Stephens gives a topping performance.
Is the evidence sufficient to convict the Priest in wrong doing? The principle has her faith of suspicions. Her belief that the priest is guilty is unwavering having the audience wondering what facts are punishable, horrific or false.
"Doubt: A Parable is truthful, disloyal, unfaithful, provocative, compelling, stimulating, irritating and down right amazing theatre. Maltz Jupiter Theatre has hit the nail on the head, giving theatre patrons a reason to love live theatre. America's top regional theatre has done it again. "Doubt: A Parable is must see theatre". BroadwayGlobal.org.
Directed with dead on vision from J. Barry Lewis, multi moving functional sets by Timothy R. Mackabee create various locations from inside the church to rectory and beyond. Anna Christine Hillbery costumes shine with the the Jacqueline Kennedy style outfit for the African American mother character Mrs. Muller. Lighting Design by Paul Black and Sound by Marty Mets as always on point. Thanks to Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Florida is the the fun in the sun arts destination. For tickets visit www.jupitertheatre.org.
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