This week’s edition of WINGS follows the final installment of Carolyn Gage’s The Second Coming of Joan of Arc. Author interview follows the performance.

About the play:

In 1431, a 19-year-old French girl named Jeanne Rome was burned at the stake. Her story has frequently been re-told, but this version convincingly portrays her as a young butch lesbian who only when it’s too late understands the total ingratitude of the patriarchy.

Featured speakers/guests:

Carolyn Gage, playwright and actor.

Credits:

Play written and acted by Carolyn Gage; recorded at Institute for the Musical Arts; interview and adaptation for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

ON WINGS | July 20, 2013 | 2:30 pm

The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Part III

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This week’s edition of WINGS follows the final installment of Carolyn Gage’s The Second Coming of Joan of Arc. Author interview follows the performance.

About the play:

In 1431, a 19-year-old French girl named Jeanne Rome was burned at the stake. Her story has frequently been re-told, but this version convincingly portrays her as a young butch lesbian who only when it’s too late understands the total ingratitude of the patriarchy.

Featured speakers/guests:

Carolyn Gage, playwright and actor.

Credits:

Play written and acted by Carolyn Gage; recorded at Institute for the Musical Arts; interview and adaptation for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

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