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About Doubt on Broadway

There's no doubt about it — this show is unmissable. See Oscar nominee Amy Ryan and Tony winner Liev Schreiber star in the first Broadway revival of Doubt: A Parable in February 2024.

Nearly 20 years after its premiere, John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer- and Tony-winning drama is still revered by audiences and critics alike. When a stern principal at an all-boys' school suspects a priest of inappropriate conduct, are her fears founded? Or is she just projecting her own doubt and mistrust of the world? And what does she risk if she's wrong either way?

Attend this starry, searing play and decide for yourself. You don't have to pray for Doubt tickets — get them on TodayTix now.

Run time

95 minutes (no intermission)

Start date

February 2nd, 2024

End date

April 14th, 2024


14+ due to adult themes and references to sexual abuse.


Audiences Say
Absorbing, Great acting, Great writing, Thought-provoking, Intelligent

323 reviews on Show-Score

Great writing, Masterful, Intelligent, Riveting, Absorbing
92 / 100
Phil 9070
Profound, Intelligent, Great writing, Great acting, Absorbing
90 / 100
Bruce 6
Centers on accusation by nun that priest had, Sex with young male student, Fine play about the dialectics of faith/truth
83 / 100
Riveting, Intense, Great staging, Great acting
95 / 100
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Stars on stage

Amy Ryan

Amy Ryan

Liev Schreiber

Liev Schreiber

Doubt on Broadway cast and creative team

By: John Patrick Shanley
Directed by: Scott Ellis
Producer: Roundabout Theatre Company
Cast list: Amy Ryan (as Sister Aloysius), Liev Schreiber (as Father Flynn), Quincy Tyler Bernstine (as Mrs. Muller), Zoe Kazan (as Sister James)
Design: David Rockwell
Costumes: Linda Cho
Lighting: Kenneth Posner
Sound: Mikaal Sulaiman


Todd Haimes Theatre

227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, United States, 10036


Orchestra & Mezzanine levels fully accessible for those with mobility disabilities

More information about Doubt on Broadway

Doubt: A Parable mainly centers on the conflict between Sister Aloysius, the principal of a fictional Bronx Catholic school, and Father Flynn, one of the schoolteachers and a priest whom she suspects of unseemly relations with one of the boys.

Doubt premiered with Manhattan Theatre Club off Broadway in 2004 before transferring to Broadway the next year. The production starred Cherry Jones and Brían F. O'Byrne, and its four Tony Awards included Best Play and an acting win for Jones.

This time around, Amy Ryan and Liev Schreiber take on the roles of Aloysius and Flynn. Ryan is best known for her Oscar-nominated performance in Gone Baby Gone, Tony-nominated performances in A Streetcar Named Desire and Uncle Vanya, and fan-favorite turns on The Office, Only Murders in the Building, and Birdman. Schreiber is best known for his Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated performance in the title role of Ray Donovan and his Tony-winning performance in Glengarry Glen Ross.

What to watch for

  • It's the season of Shanley! Two of his plays are going up off Broadway alongside Doubt on Broadway: a revival of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea starring Aubrey Plaza and Christopher Abbott, and the world premiere of Brooklyn Laundry, which Shanley also directs.
  • Shanley based the character of Sister James, a young nun and teacher at the school in Doubt, on one of his elementary school teachers.
  • Catholic school at large was a part of Shanley's own upbringing. In the program notes for Doubt's Broadway premiere, he quipped that he was "thrown out of St. Helena's kindergarten, banned from St. Anthony's hot lunch program and expelled from Cardinal Spellman High School."
  • Doubt received a 2008 film adaptation starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
  • A parable is a short story meant to teach a lesson. In the Catholic Bible, Jesus commonly tells parables to his followers.

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Frequently asked questions

What is Doubt on Broadway about?

There's no doubt that this Pulitzer Prize-winning play is unmissable. See Tyne Daly and Liev Schreiber as a nun and priest at an all-boys' Catholic school, where the priest's potential misconduct raises the nun's suspicions. But what truth can she really believe in?

Which theatre is Doubt on Broadway at?

Doubt on Broadway is at New York's Todd Haimes Theatre.

What is the running time of Doubt on Broadway?

Doubt on Broadway runs for 95 minutes (no intermission).

What is the age recommendation for Doubt on Broadway?

14+ due to adult themes and references to sexual abuse.

How do you get tickets for Doubt on Broadway?

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How much are tickets for Doubt on Broadway?

Doubt on Broadway tickets start at $72.

Who wrote Doubt: A Parable?

John Patrick Shanley wrote Doubt: A Parable, winning a Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize for his work. He's also known for his Oscar-winning screenplay for Moonstruck.

Who directed Doubt: A Parable?

Scott Ellis, a nine-time Tony nominee and the director of the 2022 Take Me Out revival, directs 2024's Doubt revival.

Is Doubt: A Parable appropriate for kids?

Doubt is recommended for audiences ages 14 and up, as the play contains adult themes, including references to sexual abuse.

Is Doubt: A Parable good?

Doubt is a multi-award-winning modern classic — there's no doubt about it. Shanley's play and its complex treatment of moral issues will leave you thinking long after you leave the theatre.

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