Doubt: A Parable


10 May - 3 June

Presented in association with Apocalypse Theatre Company.

Amidst the turbulence of the 1960s, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal and stern Catholic nun, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young Father Flynn of improper relations with one of the male students. An accusation sets the stage for a powerful clash of authority, tradition, responsibility and faith.

Where do you draw the line between belief and suspicion? Between scandal and moral certainty. And when does the battle for truth turn into a witch hunt?

Charmaine Bingwa
Damian de Montemas
Belinda Giblin
Matilda Ridgway

Written by John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Dino Dimitriadis
Produced by Apocalypse Theatre
Design by Jonathan Hindmarsh
Lighting Design by Alexander Berlage
Production & Stage Management by Maria Spataro
Assistant Director & Director Secondment: Daniel Cottier

Tuesday - Saturday: 8:15 PM
Sunday: 6:30 PM

10 & 11 May

Opening Night
Friday 12 May  (invitation only)

Saturday, 27 May: 2:00 PM
Saturday, 3 June: 2:00 PM

90 Minutes

Adult: $42.00
Concession*: $35.00
Tuesdays: $30.00
Previews: $30.00

*Concession tickets are available to Seniors, DVA & Student Card Holders and MEAA Equity Members.

Inspired by Doubt, a short new Australian work, The Wind in the Underground by Sam O'Sullivan, will play prior to the main show from 23 May - 3 June.
Shows start at 6:15 PM (Tues-Sat) and at 4:30 PM (Sun) and run for 40 minutes with no interval.
For more information and to purchase tickets click here.

Belinda Giblin by  Marmaras Shoots .

Belinda Giblin by Marmaras Shoots.

"It’s hard to imagine a better or more enthralling production."
Diana Simmonds - Stagenoise

"Director Dino Dimitriadis’ production is a carefully governed, emotionally restrained reading that dials up tension almost imperceptibly. It is flawlessly cast. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"
Jason Blake - TimeOut Sydney

"Belinda Giblin, an actor who regularly crafts larger-than-life characters with an unshakeable steeliness, is astonishing in the new Sydney production at the Old Fitz Theatre."
Ben Neutze - DailyReview

"Performed with great detail by an impassioned cast of four, we are offered a marvellous intensity of interplay between characters that could only emerge from exhaustive study and immersion into the text."
Suzy Wrong - SuzyGoesSee

2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama WINNER
2005 Drama Desk Award for Best New Play WINNER
2005 Tony Award for Best Play WINNER
2005 New York Drama Critics’ Circle Best Play WINNER

Seating at The Old Fitz Theatre is unreserved.

Please note there is a lockout policy in place on all shows at The Old Fitz Theatre. Latecomers are not permitted to enter during the performance and there is a no refunds/exchanges policy in place with regards to latecomers. Please contact or 0416 044 413 with any issues.