The Savannah Disputation: New Comedy from SpeakEasy Stage
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The last date listed for The Savannah Disputation was Thursday October 15, 2009 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
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SpeakEasy Stage will proudly present the New England premiere of Evan Smith’s hit Off-Broadway play The Savannah Disputation.
Hailed as “one of the best new American plays of the season” during its recent New York run, The Savannah Disputation tells the story of two sisters whose Catholic faith is rocked after a visit from a young Pentecostal missionary. To fight back, the women invite the young missionary and their unsuspecting parish priest to dinner in their home, where they stage a theological showdown that proves that God works in hilarious ways.
The Savannah Disputation is the latest from Evan Smith, a Savannah, Georgia native whose other plays include Psych, The Uneasy Chair, Servicemen, and Daughters of Genius. His TV pilot, Debs, was a part of Naked TV, produced by Fox TV/Naked Angels. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Yale Drama School and the recipient of a Whiting Award.
Popular Boston actors Nancy E. Carroll and Paula Plum will star in SpeakEasy’s production of The Savannah Disputation, which will also feature Trinity Repertory Theatre veteran Timothy Crowe and recent Boston College alumna Carolyn Charpie.
SpeakEasy Founder and Producing Artistic Director Paul Daigneault will helm this production, the first of three shows he will direct for SpeakEasy Stage this season. A two-time Elliot Norton Award winner (Parade, Some Men, Zanna, Don’t!, Bat Boy: The Musical) Mr. Daigneault has directed and produced over 50 Boston premieres for SpeakEasy Stage since its inception in 1992. Paul is also a member of the faculty at The Boston Conservatory. In 2007 was honored with the Boston College Art Council’s Alumni Award for Distinguished Achievement.