Doubt: A Parable By John Patrick Shanley, Directed by Amy Fenton

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Doubt, A Parable
By John Patrick Shanley

Directed by Amy Fenton

December 2 – 4 and 8 – 11, 2011
Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays, 7:30 p.m.; Sundays 2 p.m.
Cox Auditorium, Fine Arts Building, J108

Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, Doubt is set in a Bronx Catholic school in 1964, where strong-minded Sister Aloysius, a school principal, wrestles with conscience and uncertainty as she is faced with her suspicions about the young Father Flynn. New York Newsday called Doubt “a lean, potent drama…passionate, exquisite, important and engrossing.”

Tickets
$12 General admission
$10 Students, faculty/staff, seniors

For tickets, call (708) 456-0300, extension 6932

Slide Show::
Left to right: Patti Paul as Sister Aloysius, Janelle Coats as Sister James
Left to right: Patti Paul as Sister Aloysius, Tracy-Elizabeth Clay as Mrs. Muller

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Triton College Men’s Soccer Team Season Ends in District Final

By Tim Mckinney

In each of the past two seasons, the Triton College men’s soccer team ended Anoka-Ramsey Community College’s year with a defeat. Both of those meetings Anoka-Ramsey traveled to Chicago to play the Trojans. The schools would meet again in this year’s District C Final Oct. 29. However, this time around the match was on the Rams home turf in Coon Rapids, Minn. and Anoka-Ramsey took advantage in shutting out Triton 3-0.

The Trojans end the campaign 15-2, winning their fourth consecutive Region IV Division III title, equaling a mark achieved from 1985-88. Also Triton claimed the North Central Community College Conference (N4C) championship.

The Trojans gave up two early goals and offensively could not generate many scoring chances. Triton’s best opportunity came in the second half when a Dawid Wisniewski (East Leyden) strike hit the post. The Rams (13-2-2) were able to clear the ball off the goal line to prevent the Trojans to score off the rebound.

“We were not able to create chances and dug ourselves in a early hole we could not get out of,” head coach Tom Cholewa said. “We did a better job passing the ball in the second half but could not score. Overall, we still had a successful season and the guys worked very hard.”