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D turns Mr Shanley deserves the highest possible praise he doesnt try to talk you into doing anything but thinking hard about the gnarly complexity of human behaviorTerry Teachout The Wall Street Journa 35 stars rounded upI've said it before and I'll say it again reading a play doesn't give you the nuance you get when you participate in or watch a performance The words are good and there are some fantastic monologues but tone and vocal inflection are EVERYTHING

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Doubt A ParableNow a major motion picture Starring Meryl Streep Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams Written and directed by John Patrick Shanley from his Pulitzer Prizewinning playThe best new play of the season That Wow Gripping drama all the wayI don't read many plays; as a matter of fact this is only my third one lame I know but after reading DOUBT I definitely intend to knock off a few on my to read list in 2016Set in 1964 at St Nicholas Catholic Church this thought provoking story involving two nuns a priest and the mother of a young black boy reads like an intense investigative mystery maintaining a high level of uestionable suspicion throughout and the formidable presence of Sister Aloysius will keep you intrigued and wondering what she will say or do nextAs for Father Flynn he gives a couple of great sermons in this fast moving read one asking his parishioners to think about how uickly hurtful gossip can spread and not be retracted with an example given of releasing all the feathers from a pillow into the wind and then asking yourselfnow how many can I recollect? HmmmAnd last but not least there's the shocking interview with Mrs Mueller the mother of a young boy who attends St Nicholas school and you just won't believe this conversationIf you shy away from reading plays like I generally do treat this one as the exception There is so much drama and substance in these 58 powerful pages that address suspicion of sexual abuse gossip homosexuality and racism that make it definitely worth the read Note This is the first review I've written since the GR font changeVERY DIFFICULT TO SEE