What Did Critics Think of Saint Joan on Broadway?

The Verdict   What Did Critics Think of Saint Joan on Broadway?
 
Read the reviews for the new production, starring Condola Rashad.
Saint Joan Playbill - Opening Night
Saint Joan Playbill - Opening Night

Manhattan Theatre Club celebrated the official opening night of its revival of George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan April 25. The production, scheduled through June 10 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, stars Tony nominee Condola Rashsad in the title role.

SCROLL THROUGH THE OPENING NIGHT PLAYBILL FOR SAINT JOAN

Directed by Daniel Sullivan, Saint Joan also features Adam Chanler-Berat, Patrick Page, Daniel Sunjata, Jack Davenport, Walter Bobbie, John Glover, Maurice Jones, Russell G. Jones, Max Gordon Moore, Matthew Saldivar, Robert Stanton, and Lou Sumrall.

Read reviews for the new production below.

amNY (Matt Windman)

Broadway News (Charles Isherwood)

The Daily Beast (Tim Teeman)

Entertainment Weekly (Leah Greenblatt)

Deadline (Greg Evans)

The Hollywood Reporter (Frank Scheck)

Newsday (Barbara Schuler)

The New York Daily News (Joe Dziemianowicz)

NY1 (Roma Torre)

New York Stage Review (Elysa Gardner)

The New York Times (Jesse Green)

Time Out New York (Adam Feldman)

Variety (Frank Rizzo)

Vulture (Sara Holdren)

The Wrap (Robert Hofler)

Playbill will continue to update this list as more reviews come in.

Rounding out the company are Tony Carlin, Ben Horner, Mandi Masden, Howard W. Overshown, Michael Rudko, and RJ Vaillancourt.

Set in 15th century France, the play recounts the story of a peasant girl who claimed to hear the voices of saints directing her to help the Dauphin of France drive the English out of the country. While she was successful in battle, she was ultimately betrayed and tried for heresy.

The MTC revival features scenic design by Scott Pask, costume design by Jane Greenwood, lighting design by Justin Townsend, sound design by Obadiah Eaves, projections by Christopher Ash, hair and wig design by Tom Watson, original music by Bill Frisell, and make-up by Tommy Kurzman. Deborah Hecht is the dialect coach.

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