Doubt, a Parable 02/08–02/24Buy Tickets
KALAMAZOO—Farmers Alley Theatre presents the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning drama Doubt, a Parable this February 8 through 24. Tickets are $32 on Fri/Sat/Sun and $27 on Thursdays. $2 off for Seniors age 65 and above. Student tickets are $15. Ticket reservations can be made by calling the box office at (269) 343-2727 or visiting www.farmersalleytheatre.com.
Sister Aloysius is a rigidly conservative nun and principal at St. Nicholas Church School in the Bronx in the fall of 1964. When Father Flynn , a beloved and charismatic parish priest advocates reform of some of the school’s strict customs, Sister Aloysius is put in direct conflict with his progressive outlook for the future. When a fellow nun tells Sister Aloysius that Father Flynn may be paying too much personal attention to one of their male students, she begins a personal crusade against the priest – despite her lack of evidence.
Doubt, a Parable is a searing and provocative work which raises important questions, and lets the audience come up with their own answers.
Doubt, a parable will be directed by D. Terry Williams, professor & chairman emeritus of Western Michigan University’s Department of Theatre. His previous credits at Farmers Alley Theatre include Old Wicked Songs (Wilde Award), The Glass Menagerie (Wilde Award nomination), The Christians, and A Doll’s House, Part 2.
Dwandra Nickole Lampkin (Sister Aloysius) is an Associate Professor of Theatre at WMU and thrilled to be returning to the Farmers Alley stage having previously appeared in The Christians, Clybourne Park and her one-woman show, The Conviction of Lady Lorraine. Andy Hoff (Father Flynn), aside from being a gifted stage actor and co-founder of NYC’s Brokenwatch Theatre Company, has a long list of impressive TV credits including “Mad Men”, “Justified”, “Criminal Minds”, “NCIS”, “Lethal Weapon” and more. He will be making his Farmers Alley Theatre debut. Professional stage and screen actress Julianne Howe-Bouwens and Chicago actress (and WMU Alum) Tamsen Glaser round out the rest of this supremely talented cast of actors.