It is 1964, a time of movement and change, but Catholic school principal Sister Aloysius values a stern hand over progressive education. When evidence points to an inappropriate relationship between Father Flynn and the school’s first black student, she begins a crusade to expel the priest from the Church. John Patrick Shanley’s riveting psychological drama examines the fine line between what seems certain and ambiguity, between conviction and doubt. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, as well as Tony, Drama Desk, New York Drama Critics’ Circle and Lucille Lortel awards for Best Play. Runs Aug 19 – Sept 3; International City Theatre, 330 East Seaside Way, Long Beach, CA 90802; $47-$55; (562) 436-4610; www.InternationalCityTheatre.org.
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