January 15 – February 8, 2015
Four actors perform all 24 roles in Bedlam’s production of Saint Joan, declared “Irresistible! Ferocious!” and “A force of nature!” by the New York Times, Best of Theater 2014 by Ben Brantley of the New York Times, and a Top Ten Play of 2013 by Time magazine. In this epic story, Shaw paints Joan of Arc not as a saint, witch, or madwoman, but a farm girl who is an illiterate intellectual, a true genius whose focus on the individual rocked the Church and State to their core. After sold-out runs in NYC and DC, Eric Tucker (director, Women of Willand artistic director of Bedlam) brings Saint Joan to Cambridge.
What are moving seats?
While we will be using the same seating configuration as you have experienced attendingArabian Nights, at each intermission, patrons in some these seats will move to different parts of the theater. The area where their seats were will become new playing spaces for the actors. The result: An immersive experience that offers different perspectives on the action.
If you look at the seating chart, sections that have seats that move are labeled “Moving Seats”. The choice is yours.