Our last production was Doubt by John Patrick Shanley.

What happens to your faith when you start to doubt the intentions of those in positions of trust? Doubt is a gripping one-act play about a senior nun’s suspicion that a male priest is abusing a young boy. In 2008 it was turned into a film starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman that garnered five Academy Award nominations.

Performance dates: Friday 4 March; Saturday 5 March; Friday 11 March; Saturday 12 March; Sunday 13 March (matinee); Thursday 17 March; Friday 18 March; Saturday 19 March; Sunday 20 March (matinee).

Evening performances are at 8:00 pm, and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm.

Please go to Tickets for information about how to reserve your seats.

DLT proudly presents its first production post COVID lockdown. Director Dia Gupta Frid and her cast and crew have been diligently preparing this production through many ups, downs, lockdowns, and re-openings. The theatre has taken every precaution for its performers, volunteers, patrons, and future audiences when planning our re-opening and we welcome you into our theatre once again.

We are happy to report that Doubt, A Parable opened to a full house!
Due to COVID we are still providing spaced seating and have a house capacity of 65 so I recommend booking your tickets ASAP as we seem to be filling up quickly.
We also continue to require vaccine passports on entry.

Please enjoy the attached preview written by Gary Smith for the Hamilton Spectator.

Each week, working up to the opening and after, we’ll publish introductions to and interviews with performers and crew members, giving audiences and patrons a chance to meet the people involved in Doubt, A Parable on line and to have a glimpse into their work in process.

Week 1: Meet Sadequa Sharook, who debuts in DLT in the role of Mrs. Muller.

Week 2: Meet Michelle Chin, Set Design and Decoration, Doubt, A Parable

Week 3: Cast Photos from Doubt, A Parable

Week 4: Review of Doubt, A Parable by Brian Morton