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

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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