re: Has anyone seen Doubt? (spolier)
Posted by: JereNYC (JereNYC@aol.com) 01:55 pm EST 02/19/24
In reply to: re: Has anyone seen Doubt? (spolier) - bobby2 01:40 am EST 02/18/24

I believe Brian F. O'Bryne mentioned in interviews during the original production that Shanley had told him privately whether or not the priest is guilty, but asked that his answer not be divulged because the play is meant to be ambiguous on this point and Shanley wanted the audience to make up their own minds.

As an actor, you have to make a choice here. You have to play something, either guilt or innocence. I'd be curious to hear from other actors who've taken on the role and directors who've worked on the play who didn't have access to the playwright to tell them the answer.
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