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“The staging is by Doug Hughes, who directed Ms. Jones in "Doubt," and the sets are by Scott Pask, whose list of noteworthy design credits is several feet long.”
“Doubt is like a divining rod; it begins to tug when it nears something fertile and fluid and underground.”
“Doubt is crucial because what is considered demonstrable may turn out to be a common-sensical misconception of the facts.”
“Later that month, our principal sent out approximately 60 letters by USPS Delivery Confirmation to parents of students who were "Promotion in Doubt" (PiD), i.e., who were in danger of not graduating because they were missing credits.”
“I remember an excellent scene in Doubt where Sister James (Adams) tells Sister Beauvier (Streep), exactly what she thinks of her.”
“Doubt is what leaves us open to truth, wherever it is, however difficult it may be to accept.”
“Doubt is rolling along and IDEAS for Zeppelins are roaring around in my brain now thanks to throwing things at Amy last night and seeing what stuck.”
“Chapter four of Doubt is coming along quite nicely.”
“Doubt is a nothing more than a notion, Belief is my reason.”
“Variety: "Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman will star in Doubt, the screen adaptation of the John Patrick Shanley play for Miramax Films that begins production in New York on Dec 1.”
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