Written in 2004, John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt came about at a time when the Catholic Church was under particularly harsh scrutiny for alleged child sex abuse scandals perpetrated by church workers, and the lack of prosecution for these workers by Church authorities. A young Irish Catholic from the Bronx in the 1960s (like the students at the fictional St. Nicholas School), Shanley expresses both gratitude for the nuns who watched over him during his education and awareness of the problematic and troubling hierarchy of the Church structure. However, Shanley is quick to note in interviews that

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