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Closed June 10, 2018

Condola Rashad steps into the starring role in a blaze of glory and claims it as her own.


Why See Saint Joan?

I Am Not Afraid... I Was Born To Do This

Bernard Shaw's classic play depicts a woman with all the instinct, zeal and transforming power of a revolutionary. Last seen on Broadway in 1993, the revival of the incredible story of Saint Joan. Directing the production is Tony-Winner Daniel Sullivan, and Condola Rashad heading the cast as the famous heroine. It's a production that can't be missed with Tony nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for Condola Rashad!

The Story Of Saint Joan

Joan; Daughter, farm girl, visionary, martyr... woman. Set in 15th century France - Joan of Arc, a peasant girl, started hearing "voices" which she believed were the voices of Saint Catherine, Saint Margaret, and Saint Michael. Joan stated the voices command her to aid the Dauphin, Charles, in his fight against England and Burgundy and to see him crown as King of France. As successful as she was, she was ultimately betrayed and condemned as a witch, her reward was to be burned at the stake.

Did You Know?

Joan was only 19 when she was on trial, her charge was cross-dressing. Although she agreed to wearing "the correct attire" when she stood for her claims, she would often wear male (military) clothing, especially in prison as it allowed her to fasten her hosen, boots and tunic together which protected her from sexual assault. The court allowed the "cross-dressing" in order to protect herself, however they stated when there was no threat of assault around she should have worn a dress (which was the correct attire for a women). As a Catholic, this was enough to sentence her to death under the Biblical Clothing Law. In 1431 she was burnt at the stake, and then burned twice more in order to prevent relic collection.

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Previews from: 3 April 2018

Opening night: 25 April 2018


Suitable for ages 12+

Cast and Creative


Condola Rashad as Joan
Jack Davenport as Warwick
Walter Bobbie as Cauchon
Adam Chanler-Berat as Dauphin
John Glover as Archbishop/Gentleman
Daniel Sunjata as Dunois
Patrick Page as Inquisitor/Baudricourt

Maurice Jones, Russell G. Jones, Max Gordon Moore, Matthew Saldivar, Robert Stanton, Lou Sumrall


Written by Bernard Shaw
Directed by Daniel Sullivan
Lighting design by Justin Townsend
Scenic design by Scott Pask
Costume design by Jane Greenwood
Sound design by Obadiah Eaves
Projection design by Christopher Ash
Orginal music by Bill Frisell



Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play - Condola Rashad


Distinguished Performance Award - Condola Rashad
Outstanding Revival Of A Broadway or Off-Broadway Play

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Mr. Paul: “st. joan”

condola rashad was fabulous the whole cast was great the show was almost... more

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