Mother of the Maid
By Jane Anderson
Now playing in person and online through February 27, 2022
In this riveting new play, Jane Anderson reimagines Joan of Arc’s epic tale through the eyes of her mother. Isabelle Arc is a sensible, hard-working, God-fearing woman. Her headstrong daughter, on the other hand, communes with Saint Catherine, wears men’s clothing, and prepares to lead the French army into battle. Motherhood in the fifteenth century isn’t easy! Isabelle closely follows the baffling yet awe-inspiring journey of her curious, extraordinary daughter. Isabelle remains steadfast in her love and presence for daughter to the end, facing her own fears and doubts about her own faith along the way.
PLEASE NOTE: Upon arrival at the theater, MainStage patrons are required to show proof of a negative COVID test result (within 48 hours). A vaccination card may be shown in lieu of the test. Photocopies or a photo on your phone of medical records will be accepted.
Masks are also required for MainStage audience members. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
To Stream: When you purchase your tickets, you don’t have to choose a date that you want to stream the video. You can watch any time between now and February 27!
You’ll be given a code that you will apply as your “promo code” once you create your free Broadway On Demand account. You’ll be able to watch Mother of the Maid at a time that’s good for you between now and February 27! Specific instructions will be in your confirmation email once you purchase your tickets.
PERFORMANCES AND TICKETS
Previews: Jan 30 and Feb 3 & 4, 2022
Opening Night: Feb 5, 2022
Playing Thursdays – Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 3:00pm
though Feb 27, 2022
Tickets: $59 – $35
Sunday, Feb. 6 at 3pm
Open “in-sync” Captioned Performance
Special opportunities for each of the MainStage productions to help you connect with the work at MST in new ways.
PART OF THE ART Series Events for Mother of the Maid
February 13, 2022: Following the matinee, joins us for a post-show talk and discussion:
Joan of Arc: Her History, Her Story in Contemporary Media, and Her Legacy as a Female Warrior
with Joan of Arc expert Professor Bonnie Wheeler, English Department, Southern Methodist University, and multimedia medievalism expert Prof. Lorraine Kochanske Stock, English Department, University of Houston