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May 31 / jacob

New Press for Joan`s Laughter!

Here’s an excerpt from a review in Chicago Theater Beat by K.D. Hopkins:

“Jacob Juntunen’s play evokes some compelling questions that are left up to the viewer to explore (and maybe even argue). What gives anyone the right to deem another a martyr? What is the nature of a miracle or a vision? In the catechism that I grew up with, anyone who died in service of God automatically became a martyr and therefore a saint without question. Joan was found innocent posthumously and then canonized. One tribunal finds her to be a heretic and another beatifies her. This is a play that should be seen and then discussed. The content is rich and the acting is superb.”

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