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    The Savannah Disputation

    Presented by at Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    September 18 - October 17, 2009


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    The Savannah Disputation

    New England Premiere! A Pentecostal missionary gets more than she bargained when she drops in on two Catholic spinsters and sparks a crisis of faith. To fight back, the sisters enlist the help of their unsuspecting parish priest, setting the stage for a theological showdown about what it means to truly believe. Nancy E. Carroll and Paula Plum star in this touching and funny new play.


    Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    527 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02116

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:
    *Reg Adult tickets: $47 Tuesday-Friday *Reg Adult tickets: $50 Saturday & Sunday *Students/Seniors: $5 off at all times *Flat rate $30 gallery seats (row K) *Student rush: $14, 1 hour before curtain with a valid student ID


    General Day and Time Info:
    Wednesday & Thursday : 7:30pm
    Friday : 8:00pm
    Saturday : 4:00pm and 8:00pm
    Sunday : 3:00pm
    **Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 7:30pm**

    Phone: 617.933.8600


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    • Event Name: The Savannah Disputation
      Article: We lift our hearts in praise
      The Boston Metro - Oct 01, 2009
      By Nick Dussault

      "With seemingly endless side-splitting moments, The Savannah Disputation may well be the funniest play of the season."

    • Event Name: The Savannah Disputation
      Article: Thank Heaven for the Savannah Disputation
      The Hub Review - Sep 24, 2009
      By Thomas Garvey

      The Savannah Disputation is about as smart a play as you're likely to see this year (unless Tony Kushner suddenly pulls together The Intelligent...
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      The Savannah Disputation is about as smart a play as you're likely to see this year (unless Tony Kushner suddenly pulls together The Intelligent Homosexual, etc.). Indeed, the show all but crackles with genuine wit (the kind that leaves Catholic catnip like Nunsense in the dust), and it's quite serious in its intentions - to thoroughly dismantle the premises of both the Protestant and Catholic faiths, while actually charming the members of said churches in the process.
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