By Nobel Prize Winner,
George Bernard Shaw
A Fan Following for Saint Joan....
"I really loved, loved, this play! My mother and I could not stop talking about this captivating cast." - Katrina Belfry, Island Savings
"...Sincere, passionate and convincing" - Tom Masters, Chemainus Courier
"...an excellent production. It was an engrossing, superbly acted piece of entertainment. We talked about it all the way home and we are still telling our friends." - Brenda and Bill Dumont, CTF Members
"This play is deep but surprisingly accessible for everyone" - Lynn Welburn, The Harbour City Star
"We loved this play, it was so enthralling - this is really great theatre!" - Pnina Benjamini, Seaside Yoga Studio
1429 France. Joan of Arc, a charismatic young peasant girl, leads the
French to victory over the English, but two short years later she is
burned at the stake. Why? Regarded as one of the most riveting and
powerful texts in the English language, Shaw's monumental work
re-examines Joan's dramatic rise and fall in light of the nationalism,
political corruption, religious intolerance and hero worship that caused
not only World War I, but that also challenges our world today.
"One thousand like me can stop them. Ten like me can stop them
with God on our side."