We at the library want to give a great big congratulations to everyone involved in the excellent production Saint Joan. Well done everyone!
If you are intrigued by the story of Joan of Arc, we invite you to check out this guide for books about Joan of Arc and books and other resources related to the topics of the Discussion Groups held at school on Friday Dec. 16.
All of the books are eBooks that you can download to your laptop, phone, or tablet. Some require passwords. If you don't know your password, come see us in the library, or send us an email.
Synopsis : Tells the story of the extraordinary peasant girl from Domremy as never told before, revealing a living, breathing woman confronting the challenges of faith and doubt and placing her actions in the context of the larger political and religious conflicts of this period in France.
Synopsis : A fully documented, inspiring portrait of the 15th-century peasant-turned-saint draws on historical facts, folklore and centuries of critical interpretation to evaluate the questions attributed to her character. Simultaneous.
Play Directing by Francis Hodge and Michael McLain describes the various roles a director plays, from selection and analysis of the play, to working with actors and designers to bring the production to life.
Available from EBL (must be at Gann to create username & password, but you can read off-campus after you've created an account