Considered a lunatic and a visionary, a heretic and a heroine, a sinner and a saint, Joan of Arc led the army of France to victory against the English in 1429. With characteristic wit and irony, Shaw probes the sources of Joan’s inspiration in this masterpiece called “the greatest play in English since Shakespeare.”

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Saint Joan

Nov 26 - Jan 26

Folger Shakespeare Libraryby George Bernard Shaw

directed by Sarah Pia Anderson
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