A priest and two nuns look forward at the viewer

BNE PRODUCTIONS in Association with The Church of the Holy Trinity presents:

DOUBT by John Patrick Shanley.


Opening THURSDAY OCT 27, Closes Sun Nov 13th. 

Showing Tues – Saturday 8pm

Sundays 2:30pm

Breaking & Entering Theatre is proud to announce its inaugural production DOUBT: A PARABLE by Award Winning playwright John Patrick Shanley.

Though the play is set in 1964 and written almost two decades ago, DOUBT’s relevance can not be denied. Looking at the issues that have taken up our hearts and minds in the last two years; the Catholic church’s involvement in Residential School and child abuse scandals, racial reckoning, class struggle, the value of women… is it any wonder we all have doubt? Doubt in our leaders, doubt in our faith, doubt in ourselves. And we have been left to deal with this doubt on our own as we remained in Covid isolation. But now, we can face these doubts, head on. Together.

Breaking & Entering’s production is an immersive experience, performed in the place where people used to find comfort and solace; the church. And while DOUBT is a celebration of true and passionate faith, it also exposes the consequences of blind conviction and rigid beliefs.

Directed by Dora Award winner, Stewart Arnott, this production brings together some of Canada’s most exciting and talented actors: Deborah Drakeford (Station Eleven, Soulpepper, ARC Theatre), Emma Nelles (The Boys, The Comey Rule), Kim Nelson (Orphan Black, Tarragon Theatre, Coal Mine Theatre), Brian Bisson (Clarice, Workin’ Moms). 

For tickets go to: www.bneproductions.ca


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