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Audience response to Doubt, a Parable

For an art form that has lasting value, live performance is very under appreciated. I will certainly cherish this experience. Thanks for giving the tickets!

Below is a response from our ticket winner to Bygone Theatre’s production of Doubt: A Parable. I have heard through the grape vines that they have the next production in the planning stage already, so keep an eye on this blog and on their website for updates!

P.S. We have another ticket giveaway in the works. Look out for an announcement on Monday for your chance to win! Click here to read the response from Sarah Wong.

Loved Doubt the movie? Go see the play (for free.)

Since our Q&A with Bygone Theatre, we have become inspired to try something new. We are giving away two tickets to their production of Doubt: A Parable (running Jan 17-19, 2013) in order to encourage YOU to experience and discover more of the performing arts.

Doubt: A Parable has gained popular recognition through the 2008 film release of Doubt, featuring a powerhouse cast of Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams. But what would it be like to experience it in its original form as theatre?

To qualify for the pair of tickets, simply respond to this question in the comments, on Facebook, or through Twitter: Is Father Flynn guilty or innocent?

We will select and announce the lucky winners this Wednesday, January 16th at 5 p.m.

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