Doubt, a Parable, has garnered rave reviews, including 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play. Set in a Catholic school in the Bronx in 1964, Doubt brings anxiety and urgency to a sensational front-page story. The school's principal is certain that a young priest is sexually abusing one of her pupils. Her rigid opinions clash with the priest's more modern and flexible outlook and the beliefs of the student's mother, and each point of view is eloquently presented. Doubt generates discussion about the moral dilemmas faced by its characters. This show sticks with you, and you may realize that doubt itself has value in a community.