Guilty or not guilty is the debate, and the answer is up to the audience. The Aiken Community Playhouse's summer performance of "Doubt: A Parable" has been so well received and attended that demand called for the addition of another show. The added show will be held today at 8 p.m. at the Playhouse. Audiences have been raving as the four-member cast of "Doubt: A Parable," tackles a controversial topic and allows the audience to make its own decision. Director Dave Howard admits that upon first hearing about the play, he was a bit skeptical because of the nature of the topic; however, by the time he finished reading it, his mind had changed. "The playwright has created a beautiful way to leave it up to the audience. I like plays that make the audience think," Howard said. The cast agrees the play is brilliantly written and has paid extra attention to the details. "There are so many nuances in the language," said Tony Baughman, who stars as Father Flynn. "This is the first script I have worked with where every word is so precisely written that I feel the need to have every single word correct. It is so intricately woven," said Barbara Lewis, who plays Sister James. Tickets to today's show are $12 and are available by calling the box office at 648-1438 or visiting www.aikencommunityplayhouse.com. Additional performances will be held on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Contact Rachel Johnson at rjohnson@aikenstandard.com.