This 2004 Broadway hit earned both the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play. Some of its themes remain in headlines to this day.
Set in a Catholic school in 1964, this play concerns the conflict between an older nun, Sister Aloysius, and a younger priest, Father Flynn. The nun has concerns based on slight evidence that the priest may be behaving inappropriately toward the school's only black student.
Is his behavior compassion and caring? Or something else?
How strong is her conviction?
It has been said that the second act is the conversation you'll have afterward. Make up your own mind about this tale of moral indecision.
"A theatrical experience it would be sinful to miss"
New York Magazine.