9781559363471

Doubt : A Parable

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    9781559363471

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    1559363479

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/1/2008
  • Publisher: Consortium Book Sales & Dist

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Summary

Now a major motion picture! Starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams. Written and directed by John Patrick Shanley from his Pulitzer Prizewinning play."The best new play of the season. That rarity of rarities, an issue-driven play that is unpreachy, thought-provoking, and so full of high drama that the audience with which I saw it gasped out loud a half-dozen times at its startling twists and turns. Mr. Shanley deserves the highest possible praise: he doesnrs"t try to talk you into doing anything but thinking-hard-about the gnarly complexity of human behavior."-Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal"A breathtaking work of immense proportion. Positively brilliant."-Melissa Rose Bernardo, Entertainment Weekly"#1 show of the year. How splendid it feels to be trusted with such passionate, exquisite ambiguity unlike anything we have seen from this prolific playwright so far. In just ninety fast-moving minutes, Shanley creates four blazingly individual people. Doubt is a lean, potent drama . . . passionate, exquisite, important and engrossing."-Linda Winer, NewsdayJohn Patrick Shanley is the author of numerous plays, including Danny in the Deep Blue Sea , Dirty Story , Four Dogs and a Bone , Psychopathia , Sexualis , Sailorrs"s Song , Savage in Limbo , and Wherers"s My Money? He has written extensively for TV and film, and his credits include the teleplay for Live from Baghdad and screenplays for Congo ; Alive ; Five Corners ; Joe Versus the Volcano , which he also directed; and Moonstruck , for which he won an Academy Award for best original screenplay.

Author Biography

John Patrick Shanley is the author of numerous plays, including Danny in the Deep Blue Sea, Dirty Story, Four Dogs and a Bone, Psychopathia, Sexualis, Sailor's Song, Savage in Limbo, and Where's My Money? He has written extensively for TV and film, and his credits include the teleplay for Live from Baghdad and screenplays for Congo; Alive; Five Corners; Joe Versus the Volcano, which he also directed; and Moonstruck, for which he won an Academy Award for original screenplay

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