The Second Coming of Joan of Arc

Solo Show · self · Ages 17+ · one person show · United States of America

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ESQUIZITO AKA, EP PEREZ certified reviewer June 27, 2022
A powerhouse performer. The delivery had very rhythmic and musical quality. The material was highly informed, though not overbearing; and with an emotional weight to swing you out the door. I am sorry that I had to leave to make another curtain. ... full review
MICHAEL KOLTNOW certified reviewer June 19, 2022
tagged as: feminist. · historical
Eye-opening re-imagining of who “Jeanne d’Arc” really was and what motivated her. The actor fully inhabited her character, building a moving and credible case for how she achieved all she did, why she suffered so grievously, and why this should matter to us today. ... full review
SASHUR HENNINGER certified reviewer June 19, 2022
tagged as: patriarchy · passionate · brilliant
Absolutely incredible. Amanda’s passion made the show. Her performance was brilliant, especially her interactions with the audience. The story is the epic details behind the real Joan of Arc, a slap to the patriarchy, and a reminder to embrace your identity. A must see!!... full review
BRIAN KNUDSON encore judge certified reviewer June 14, 2022
Easily one of the best solo shows at Fringe this year! Performer Amanda Wagner is captivating. She has completely immersed herself in Carolyn Gage's "coming out" play. This was such a joy to watch while being educated on the short life of the French heroine.... full review
CHELSEA BLANKENCHIP certified reviewer June 17, 2022
I really liked this show! It was very thought provoking. The show provides an interesting and accessible take on the life of Joan of Arc that is 100% applicable to us today. I highly recommend seeing this show!... full review
JAMES FERRERO certified reviewer June 17, 2022
tagged as: biography · War · joan
A quietly powerful script anchored by a stunning solo performance by Amanda Wagner. She commands the stage with a poignant aura of earned swagger and confidence as she looks right at you, telling you that you will listen to Joan's story. There's a directness in the script, the acting, and the on-point direction by Alyssa Escalante that make this production feel fresh and relevant without ever pushing too hard.... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY the tvolution.com certified reviewer June 10, 2022
tagged as: A GOLD MEDAL
Perhaps the most intelligent script I've seen at HFF22....... full review
LORELEI BUDA certified reviewer June 11, 2022
tagged as: well acted · expressive · Truth · women · provoking · thoughtful
The acting was superb! Oh my this is a very wonderful play about a woman whom we really should know more about but don't and this play tells you the story from Joan's point of view. And, her point of view is inspiring, difficult to hear and important to know. Really liked this show and felt entertained and educated. I am more empowered as a woman and have some things to think about.... full review