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Jennifer Baldwin Peden
JOAN OF ARC
Words by Laura Harrington
Music by Mel Marvin


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“Don’t you know me? I am Jeanne la Pucelle.
I am seventeen years old. My home is Domremy.
Look at me, you who take my life. Look at me:
I am a burning light. The fire is a door. A door
to heaven. Watch me as I walk through...”


A new operatic-meditation-musical-theater-cantata-
chamber-music-storytelling-performance-art piece
featuring soprano Jennifer Baldwin Peden, with
vocalists JP Fitzgibbons, Laurie Flanigan-Hegge,
and Joel Liestman; and Randall Davidson on cello

Stage Direction by Ben Krywosz
Musical Direction by Sonja Thompson
Scenic/Costume Design by Victoria Petrovich
Lighting Design by Michael Wangen

Thursday-Sunday at 8:00 pm 
Oct 27, 28, 29, 30, and Nov 3, 4, 5, 6

All performances at the Nautilus Studio
in Lowertown St Paul, 308 Prince St #250, near
the Farmer’s Market • Very limited seating!

Tickets are $20
$15 students and seniors
Available online at
www.brownpapertickets.com
Call 651-298-9913 for more information


Join us for this new operatic-meditation-musical-theater-cantata-chamber-music-storytelling-performance-art piece! Originally created by writer Laura Harrington and composer Mel Marvin, this production has been adapted by Nautilus especially for Jennifer Baldwin Peden, who tells the story of the trial of Joan of Arc, the 17-year-old peasant girl who hears mysterious voices telling her to take command of the French army and drive the English out of 15th-century France. JOAN OF ARC is a powerful and intimate look at Joan as the teenager she actually was -- captured by the English, tried as a heretic by the Catholic Church, and burned at the stake.

Jen Peden

Jen electrified audiences at last year’s Ivey Awards program with her performance of an excerpt from JOAN OF ARC. She’ll be joined by Nautilus performers JP Fitzgibbons, Laurie Flanigan Hegge, and Joel Liestman along with music director Sonja Thompson and cellist Randall Thompson. The production is staged by Nautilus’ artistic director Ben Krywosz, with scenic and costume design by Victoria Petrovich, lighting design by Michael Wangen, and technical direction by Jon Hegge.

All performances will be presented in Nautilus loft studio, with very limited seating -- only 40 seats per performance are available. Get your tickets today for what will surely be one of the most spectacular Twin Cities’ theater events this year!
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