Friday, December 02, 2005

Doubt.



When John Patrick Shanley wrote the play, "Doubt," he had to know he was going to win the Pulitzer Prize. It is an absolute masterpiece. After another day of galavanting around Manhattan, we had the great opportunity to watch this magnificent production. I'm not sure how, but we landed front row seats. The acting was superb. I highly recommend you either watch or read this play.

Not convinced? Check out this review.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Daniel said...

Shanley is one of my contemporary favorties. I was once in a production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea and I have been a fan ever since.

And let's not forget that Shanley is responsible for Lorreta Castorini. Only Shanley could make "Snap out of it!" a laugh line.

4:42 PM  
Blogger An80sNut said...

The storyline and review interest me greatly. Don't see myself going to New York but I'll have to wait for a run out this way or sadly a shadow of the original made in Hollywood.

5:39 PM  
Blogger Bar Bar A said...

I have been missing your posts! They didnt' show up for me in Bloglines, but now I have some good reading to do!

12:05 AM  
Blogger Fred said...

Front row seats? Not too shabby for such a great production.

11:16 AM  
Blogger Jenn said...

Yay! Thanks for sharing. I've been wanting to see a good play for a long time. Too bad it probably won't be this one. But, I'll keep the book in mind. I just bought one. :)

Best play I saw was "One Flew Over The Coocoo's Nest."

5:40 AM  

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