“Evan Smith's crisp, provocative and wickedly amusing new play keeps the humor and the provocation zinging in an onslaught of perfectly aimed verbal arrows.”
– Pioneer Press
“A bit of theatrical espionage, a sneak-attack religious interrogation disguised as an episode of The Golden Girls.”
– Time Out Chicago
"...Under Michael Halberstam's punchy direction (with Josh Schmidt's hilarious musical interludes and Keith Pitts' doily-perfect set), the actors deliver sterling performances full of delicious surprises, with Scogin -- acerbic, bristling, vulnerable -- simply beyond perfect."
- Chicago Sun Times
"...There's lots of interesting talk about intolerance, hypocrisy, blinkered thinking, mortality, and faith. The best part, though, is the way Smith's script transcends all that and ends up being about two aging southern Catholic spinster sisters whose lives are disrupted. Michael Halberstam's production is too sweet, but Robert Scogin counteracts that nicely as a priest with unexpected depths."
- Chicago Reader
"...You’ll laugh, you’ll be somewhat shaken, and you leave thinking about your beliefs after seeing The Savannah Disputation. This intelligent play covers eclectic themes with unique insights consistent with human nature."
- Chicago Critic