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Saint Joan

Saint Joan

IN REPERTORY WITH HAMLET

He’s the prince. She’s the rebel.

US Flag FROM NYC
MAR 9 - 24, 2018



The Boston Globe

"[Aundria] Brown also cracks the heart with her wrenching portrait of Joan"

"Two fast-flowing, high-spirited productions"

"Both [Hamlet and Saint Joan] should not be missed."

"In their bravura fusion of versatility, dexterity, and clarity, they’re executing the verbal and intellectual equivalent of a Cirque du Soleil act."



WBUR

"Throughout both Saint Joan and Hamlet there's a thrill in watching these actors change roles with the tiniest of wardrobe adjustments and a physical shorthand that aids for quick and easy identification."

"There is a large amount of ingenious stage business throughout both shows."



Jared Bowen, WGBH Radio "Morning Edition" (03:00)

"Extraordinary."

"You feel like you've been transported to a cathedral. This is really exceptional theater."

"Glorious majesty."



Bay State Banner

"More relevant than ever"



Jared Bowen, WGBH Radio "Boston Public Radio" (01:28)

"Glorious and majestic"



Edge Boston

"This is a big, urgent, and timely "Joan." And one that should not be missed."

"Andrus Nichols...is hopeful and sincere. She also seems to both exude infinite energy as well as be completely serene - it's a marvelous combination."



A Captivating ‘Saint Joan’ from Bedlam
The Theater Mirror

"So energizing and fresh."

"Four characters play all of the roles, and they do it amazingly well."

"Playful, tight, frenetic and tense."



The Boston Globe

"Only in the theater can you watch an actor take his hat off and put it on somebody else, and then that person is the character. That doesn’t happen in a movie."



The Boston Globe

"Riveting, surprisingly funny, and unsurprisingly moving."

"Terrific acting. More, please."



WBUR, The ARTery

"Completely thrilling"



The New York Times

"Bedlam gives us Shakespeare and Shaw with the enthusiasm of youth, yes, but also with a level of insight that is usually arrived at only through years of close reading and exploratory performance. Even when its performers are not only portraying several different characters in a single scene, but also switching parts among one another, they make sure their audience, including virgins to this material, is as on top of the story as they are."

"Anyone who listens to the eminently sane and persuasive voices of Bedlam is destined to become a convert."



Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal

“BEDLAM is a band of gifted unknowns who can make theatrical magic in an empty room. No theater troupe in America is doing more creative classical revivals. I believe Eric Tucker is this Country’s most talented director of classic Theatre. Eric is a kind of genius at making theatrical magic in black-box theater spaces”



Hilton Als, The New Yorker

“BEDLAM injects fresh blood and ideas into the theatre community and is all about jolting the audience out of complacency. Eric Tucker’s ability to peel away the layers while supporting the emotionalism of a performer makes you see things with new and less cynical eyes.”



Huffington Post

“Bedlam makes theatre immensely more involving and entertaining for the playgoer who's lucky enough to secure a seat.”



This American Life's Ira Glass on Bedlam's Sense & Sensibility

"Save your Hamilton dollars and go see it."



Ben Brantley, The New York Times

“No troupe in New York these days rides the storytelling momentum of theater more resourcefully or enthusiastically than BEDLAM.”