By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Richard and Anne DiPrima
Saint Joan: The story of a young girl who hears the voices of angels and raises up to save France and crown the King. However, Joan is seen as a threat and "political necessity" causes some Frenchmen to give Joan to the English, who burn her at the stake. A funny, heartbreaking and inspiring work of drama that won playwright George Bernard Shaw a Nobel Prize.
Produced by The Young Shakespeare Players at 1806 West Lawn
Performances: 17-19 of May and the 24 - 26 at 6:00 on Fridays and Saturdays, 1:00 on Sundays
Ticket Prices: FREE
Call 608-258-0015 for reservations or more information.