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Doubt: You decide;  Savannah Community Theatre brings ‘parable’ of our times to Tybee Post

Doubt: You decide; Savannah Community Theatre brings ‘parable’ of our times to Tybee Post

By Ji Morekis/Connect Savannah

THE STAGING of Doubt: A Parable by Savannah Community Theatre is certainly timely, given recent headlines.

“News broke about that all that stuff that happened in Pennsylvania about a week and a half after we decided to do the show,” producer Tom Coleman says, referring to last year’s report that the predatory activities of over 300 priests had been covered up by the Catholic Church in that state.

“It was eery.”

However, the decision to produce Doubt – an ambiguous character study taking place in a Catholic school in 1960s New York City – came about for a bit more mundane reason. The play, written by John Patrick Shanley, was one that Coleman’s friend and fellow theatre maven Carl Rosengart had urged Coleman to do. So they agreed to team up together as director and producer to add it to Savannah Community Theatre’s season at Tybee Post Theater. Read More:

Savannah Community Theatre performs Tony Award winner at Tybee Post Theater

Savannah Community Theatre performs Tony Award winner at Tybee Post Theater

By Kim Wade/SMN

John Patrick Shanley’s “Doubt: A Parable” won the Tony Award for Best Play and won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama before being made into a major motion picture starring Meryl Streep, Amy Adams and Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

Now this powerful drama will make its way to the Tybee Post Theater with Savannah Community Theatre Feb. 1 to 3.

Local favorite and Savannah Community Theatre founder, Tom Coleman III, will direct this impressive lineup of local actors. He is actually stepping in for injured director Carl Rosengart, but Rosengart has remained plugged in to help bring this show to Tybee audiences. Read more: