Joan of Arc lashes out at a Captain in her army and reveals some of the truths of her peasant background and her very personal motivations for fighting which go way beyond ideology or honour.
An excerpt from the play written by Lavonne Mueller
Performed by Christine Hauschild
After arriving on Brighton beach three years ago, Christine stumbled into a theatre and is now on a Wilde ride discovering Shakespeare, Coward, Pinter and alike in a two-year Diploma course at ACT Brighton. Her involvement in the monologue series marks her first involvement with the NVT.
Directed by Katie Brownings
Over the years Katie has enjoyed contributing to all areas of theatre life both at the NVT and at The Wick. She has been involved in hundreds of productions in some capacity, amongst which, some of the most challenging include. 'Brimstone and Treacle', 'Children of a Lesser God', 'Educating Rita', 'Master-pieces', (the first ever studio production at NVT) 'Road, 'Shirley Valentine', 'Accrington Pals', 'Blue Remembered Hills'. 'Misery', 'Death and The Maiden' and 'Calendar Girls'. Katie first joined NVT when she was 18 years old and after a substantial break is delighted to be playing here once again.