ANNOUNCING OUR NEXT SHOW
The Savannah Disputation
By Evan Smith
Buy your tickets now!
With seemingly endless side-splitting moments, it may well be the funniest play we’ve done!
Read about the show in the Savannah Morning News and in Connect Savannah.
January 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 – Evening performances 7:30 PM
January 12, 19 - Sunday Matinees performances 3:00 PM
The Muse Arts Warehouse
703 Louisville Road
Savannah, GA 30904
Holiday Gift Certificate Package: 2 tickets for $25 (On sale now through December 20th!)
Thursday - $12.00, Fridays/Saturdays - $18.00, Sunday Matinees $15.00 (Beginning December 16th)
Box Office Hours: Mon - Fri 11am – 7pm (beginning December 16th)
The Box Office is also open 2 hours before every performance by phone.
Buy tickets now.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
The Savannah Disputation is a heaven-sent comedy drenched in southern charm, infused with a pinch of hellfire and a dollop of damnation. Two daffy Catholic sisters find themselves in a verbal smack down with a door-to-door evangelist and are unwillingly aided by a friend who also happens to be Catholic priest. Crackling with wit and brimming with emotion, what enfolds is an up-to-the-minute comedy about organized religion, faith and morals in the not-so-United States.
Margaret – Carmel Garvin Hearn
Melissa – Jamie Grafton
Mary – Anna Burrell
Father Murphy – Jeffrey Hall
Directed by Tom Coleman, III
REVIEWS: "In The Savannah Disputation by Evan Smith we get a glimpse into, if not the souls, then at least the hearts and minds of four people who are secretly grappling with doubt, fear, loneliness and regret about paths not taken. Along the way, Disputation shows, there are PLENTY of laughs. In other words, faith is a complicated business—and even sometimes, a funny business, too." —Boston Globe
"Smith's script is, above all else, VERY funny. Its comedy is rooted in situation and character in the best way…blissfully entertaining. But at the same time, Smith never shies away from the important subjects at the heart of his play. This is a play filled with heady and fascinating theological and philosophical debate." —NYTheatre.com
"[Smith] knows what we're anticipating, and defies it at nearly every turn, squaring off devotees of opposing ideals with sly exactitude…Smith understands that the strange boundaries separating Christianity and Catholicism may be innocuous to the casual observer, but to those in either camp, they're as distinctive and divisive as race or ethnicity." —Time Out NY
The Savannah Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
is in rehearsal for a brand new production. There are no current performances. However we ARE booking groups for the Fall of 2013 and for 2014.
Our outstanding past productions include:
Who Wants To Kill A Millionaire?
Marriage Can be Murder
We can accommodate groups of ANY size in ANY location. For more information about booking a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre for your convention, meeting or group event, please call (912) 247-4644 now.
Click here for more info about group bookings.
As seen on the Travel Channel's "Weekends with Samantha Brown"!
Our wacky whodunit will keep you laughing and guessing as you enjoy a delicious dinner. Call (912) 247-4644 for reservations.
Read the Savannah Morning News article about our previous show "Who Wants To Kill A Millionaire?"
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