The reviews are in for Scott Carter's The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord in Washington, D.C.! The Washington Post calls it "a funny and hyper-literate play of ideas . . . featuring a trio of able comic performances." DC Metro Theater Arts says, "The play may be a little short on humanity, but it is theologically, philosophically, and historically rich indeed." Broadway World says the play is reminiscent of George Bernard Shaw's works, and DC Theatre Scene calls director Bill Largess's treatment of the play "witty and imaginative."