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“Doubt: A Parable” At Ensemble Theatre Of Chattanooga

Part of “Doubt:  A Parable” poster.
Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga

The new season at Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga begins next week with “Doubt: A Parable.”

The play by John Patrick Shanley premieres on Friday, February 17th at Rivermont Presbyterian on Hixson Pike - one of three venues for ETC this season.

Garry Posey - ETC’s founder and artistic director - plays Father Flynn in “Doubt.”

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