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Newnan's STAR presents 'Doubt' dinner theater

The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts’s STAR program will present a dinner theatre production of the play “Doubt”, by John Patrick Shanley, July 19 through 21. Tickets are $20, and reservations can be made through Monday, July 16 by calling the Centre at 770-254-2787. Tickets are by advance sale only.

Dinner at the Centre begins at 6:30 p.m. on all three nights- July 19, 20 and 21 - with the performance following.  Ticket prices include both dinner and the performance.

“Doubt” is a Pulitzer-prize winning drama set in 1964.  The play revolves around the head of a Catholic school (Sister Aloysius), one of her teachers (Sister James), and the priest of the school’s church (Father Flynn). Father Flynn is or is not guilty of child abuse; Sister James is or is not a participant in the discovery of the truth; Sister Aloysius is or is not jumping to conclusions based on personal biases.

Doubt is being produced by The Superintendent’s Theatre Arts Resource (STAR) program, sponsored by the Centre and Centre director Don Nixon. STAR brings together experienced actors from all three Coweta High Schools for summer productions. 

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