Befitting a play about the slippery nature of the truth, the title of John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize-winning play can be taken in multiple ways. For sure, part of it is about the doubt at the center of the play's action: Did popular priest Flynn have an inappropriate relationship with one of the eighth-graders at the parish's school? There's more than that at the heart of the play, however. Each of the four characters is wracked by self-doubt about their own faith and place in the world, and there's the larger doubt that lives in the corners of the play, about how the church is... More >>>