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A theatrical production of Joan of Arc re-imagined for the Greta Thunberg era, performed by a  children's ensemble. 



We have to find a new art and a new psychology to penetrate the apathy and the denial that are preventing us making the changes that are inevitable if our world is to survive. We need a new art to waken people both to the enormity of what is looming and the fact that we can still do something about it. - Ben Okri

St.Joan/Greta was written to be performed by children aged 11-16 to an adult audience as an intergenerational challenge to climate inaction.

Two extraordinary young women, who led men to impossible actions out of the unwavering courage of their convictions, is the opening to explore young female leadership, speaking truth to power, and the personal cost of standing outside of the status quo.

Although six hundred years apart as individuals, this production uses the narrative of St.Joan's journey to reflect upon our own capacity to be held within Greta Thunberg's leadership now.  To feel our own essential place within history, the climate crisis of our time and our responsibility to the generations to come. For the future to fight for, the one that needs our full hearted attention, is theirs. 


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