The Practice of Suspense and Faith: URTC’s Doubt: A Parable

The Practice of Suspense and Faith: URTC’s Doubt: A Parable
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Suspicion is a feeling universal to humans. It sinks in slowly, starting with a single moment of doubt. Once suspicion arises within us, it is nearly impossible to close our doors to it until we have what we’ve been looking for: the truth. Doubt, written by John Patrick Shanley, throws its audience into the world of suspicion and mystery by setting us into the St. Nicholas Catholic Church and School in The Bronx, New York. … read more

Dancing with the Spider: Utah Rep’s Kiss of the Spider Woman

Dancing with the Spider: Utah Rep’s Kiss of the Spider...
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Utah Rep brings audiences the Utah premiere of “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” which makes visible the unattainable hope of tomorrow while intermingling dark humor, fishnets, feathers and killer choreography. … read more