Rekindling the Intellectual, Spiritual, Creative legacy of Christians in Culture

ms2.jpgHost Dick Staub is joined by a live audience at Taproot Theatre in Seattle's Greenwood district that had just seen the play DOUBT, which won playwright John Patrick Shanley the Pulitzer Prize, Obie and Tony awards. Seattle Times theatre critic Jeff Shannon said DOUBT is timeless, flawless and dramatically foolproof when placed in competent hands---precision-tooled for perfection. Taproot delivers a praiseworthy production in which every performance maintains the degree of credibility necessary to keep the audience guessing; Taproot's cast confidently navigates Shanley's ethical hall of mirrors. We are joined by Director Scott Nolte and William Kumma who plays Father Flynn and Pam Nolte who plays Sister Aloysius, Jesse Notehelfer in the role of Sister James and Faith Russell who appears as Mrs. Muller. (Note: Due to technical difficulties comments by Jesse Notehelfer were lost in the recording process. Our apologies for this glitch).