In the wake of the actor's untimely death February 2, IU Cinema has organized a unique tribute designed to capture the breadth and intensity of his work.
Oscar Wilde wrote that "The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple” and I can’t think of a better dramatic example than the Cardinal Stage Company’s staging of John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt at the John Waldron Arts Center. This is a review that will be one question after another.
The Cardinal Stage Company wraps up their 2008-2009 season with Doubt, John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play. It’s set in a Catholic School in 1964 and pits a popular priest against a strong willed nun in a battle with dramatic and comic aspects that turns into a gripping mystery.
There’s an extremely interesting film playing in local theaters, but it’s not doing much boxoffice, and it’s already been out for a week. The critics have been lukewarm, in many cases preferring the play on which the film is based. But when is the last time a movie sparked an argument that lasted for two days? That’s one you might want to seriously consider seeing.
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