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‘Doubt,’ ‘Periphery’ two dramas of social issues set in 1960s

Mrs. Miller, played by Karen Christina Jones, left, talks with Sister Aloysius, played by Lori Porter, during a scene from “Doubt,” being staged by the Classic Theater Guild at Proctors beginning Friday.
Mrs. Miller, played by Karen Christina Jones, left, talks with Sister Aloysius, played by Lori Porter, during a scene from “Doubt,” being staged by the Classic Theater Guild at Proctors beginning Friday.
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Lori Porter’s relatively short time as a member of the Capital Region theater community has for the most part been restricted to comedic roles. That all changes Friday night. A Saratoga Springs native and Cohoes resident, Porter takes on the role of Sister Aloysius in John Patrick Shanley’s Tony Award-winning “Doubt: A Parable,” presented by the Classic Theater Guild and held at Proctors’ Fenimore Gallery Friday through June 9. “It’s a tremendous challenge for me ...

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