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Doubt Auditions

Doubt auditions dates are November 26th & 27th at 7:00 pm. Callbacks will be November 28th. Please plan on staying at auditions for various cold readings. Show dates are January 18-20 & 24-27, 2012. Judy Hart will direct.

Doubt: A Parable, a play by John Patrick Shanley, is set in the fictional St. Nicholas Church School, in the Bronx, during the fall of 1964. The school's rigidly conservative principal, Sister Aloysius, harbors a deep mistrust toward her students, clergymen, and society in general. She enlists naïve and impressionable Sister James to confirm her suspicions about the new parish priest, Father Flynn, believing that he is engaging in sexual misconduct with a student. With no actual proof that Father Flynn is or is not innocent, the audience is left with its own doubt.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS:

SISTER ALOYSIUS: Woman, fifties/sixties. Head nun and principal of St Nicholas School.

FATHER FLYNN: Man, Late thirties to early fifties. A new priest. Articulate and personable.

SISTER JAMES: Woman, twenties. A young nun. An enthusiastic but inexperienced teacher.

MRS.MULLER: African-American woman, mid-thirties to mid-forties. The mother of Donald Muller.
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DOUBT is being considered for entry into the AACT Fest cycle. Therefore, we would like to know if you would have the following dates available:

State Festival - March 21-24 at the Minden Opera House, Minden NE

Regional Festival - April 26-28 in Fargo, North Dakota
National Festival - June 17-23 in Carmel, Indiana

In addition, there would be weekly rehearsals in February and March to prepare a one hour version of the play for festival. Availability for these dates will not affect casting.