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While Joan of Arc’s spiritual calling and untimely execution are familiar ground, less well known is her strange comradeship-in-arms with nobleman, pedophile and child murderer Gilles de Rais, a.k.a. Bluebeard. Their tangled partnership forms the basis of Jehanne of the Witches, a play by Sally Clark and the latest production by Montreal’s Tableau d’H

While Joan of Arc’s spiritual calling and untimely execution are familiar ground, less well known is her strange comradeship-in-arms with nobleman, pedophile and child murderer Gilles de Rais, a.k.a. Bluebeard. Their tangled partnership forms the basis of Jehanne of the Witches, a play by Sally Clark and the latest production by Montreal’s Tableau d’H

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