Four short plays from Ehn's epic cycle, inspired by the fragmented narratives of Catholic saints
Barnard College | Spring 2011 | Austin E. Quigley Prize
"In a broken world, where any kind of fixity of faith or meaning has become deeply suspect, an ensemble of six seekers pillage the radioactively decaying religious tradition of Catholic sainthood for new forms of meaning, holiness, and transcendence. With four plays chosen from a cycle of over one hundred, Katie Lupica's directing thesis production of The Saint Plays by Erik Ehn takes on the stories of Joan of Arc the mystic, George the dragon slayer, Agnes the child martyr, and Christopher the giant. Brief, experimental, and image-rich these plays break down and break through established modes of approaching the divine and ask what that is useful survives."
Sets by Alex Shaw, Costumes by Eva Anderson, Lighting by Jacob Rice, Sound by Adrienne Giffen, Puppets by Alexandra Clayton
Asst Dir. and Asst. Set Design by Alyson Fortner, Stage Management by Emily Wallen

Wholly Joan's​​


JOAN | Elizabeth Poleski

GUARD 1 | Gerard Ramm

GUARD 2 | Jonathan Gutterman

ANGEL | Maya De La Rosa-Cohen, Katie Craddock, Naomi Andebrhan

The Freak​​


NARRATOR | Naomi Andebrhan

GUNNA | Maya De La Rosa-Cohen

KNIGHT | Jonathan Gutterman


World Premiere

AGNES | Katie Craddock

COSTANCE |Naomi Andebrhan

EMERENZIA | Elizabeth Poleski




AGATHA | Maya De La Rosa-Cohen

EARLE | Jonathan Gutterman

DAD | Gerard Ramm


KATIE LUPICA | katielupica (at) gmail (dot) com
© 2018      Photo by Adina Rose Levin