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Joan of Arc led an army, crowned a king and saved a nation from certain demise. After the battles are over and she is no longer politically useful, what's to be done with her? Will the men who preside over her trial make her a sacrifice, a martyr or an example? Politics, necessity and belief struggle to contain her, but what does Joan have to say for herself and for all of humanity?

Phase 3 Productions is proud to present Lillian Hellman's adaptation of Jean Anouilh's provocative examination of Joan of Arc's trial and execution, The Lark. Part of their "Women Behaving Badly" series.

Tickets are $12 for students and $15 for adults.
10% of profits go to The Women's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh.

Friday and Saturday shows through the 28th. 8pm.
One Sunday matinee on March 1st. 2pm.

At the Brew House, 2100 Mary Street in the Southside.