Looking for something to do this weekend that is not only on the inexpensive side of fine entertainment
but also supports the theatre department of San Diego State?
The SDSU theatre department is starting the school year off with a play saturated with suspense.
The Pulitizer-Prize winning dramatic play turned feature film “Doubt”, written by John Patrick Shanley,
touches upon issues of race, innocence and generational differences.
The big questions are: What happens when an individual is so compelled by his or her beliefs but has no
proof to back up those beliefs? Can punishment be based solely on suspicion?
The final two performances will take place on Saturday, October 8th at 7 PM & Sunday, October 9th at 2
PM in the Experimental Theater.
If you would like to purchase student tickets for $8 online, they are available at ttf.sdsu.edu.