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Another new book that includes Joan! What a trio: Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, and Joan of Arc!
"Midnight: Three Women at the Hour of Reckoning"
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4 days ago
Congratulations to our 2018 King Charles VII, Pierre-Loic Denichou, who is now a knighted academic!On behalf of the entire Ecole Bilingue staff and community, Félicitations à M. Pierre-Loïc Denichou, Décoré chevalier des palmes académiques ! We are extremely fortunate to have an Academic Director as experienced, expert, and dedicated to multilingual education as Pierre-Loïc Denichou. Thank you to the French government for recognizing these qualities and naming M. Denichou a chevalier des Palmes académiques ! ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
We love stories of saints, and the idea of a ballet about saints sounds even better! You KNOW we wish Joan was featured, but you can't be all things to all people! And what's not to love about these selected saints?! #saintsfans
Marigny Opera Ballet - BOOK OF SAINTS
Book of Saints returns to the Marigny Opera House after its sensational debut in 2017. Teresa Fellion's two-act ballet is an illumination of the lives of three beloved saints: Teresa of Avila, Sebastian Martyr and Francis of Assisi. The original score for orchestra and chorus by New Orleans-based composer Tucker Fuller merited a Gambit award.Book of Saints, the full-length ballet, runs March 21-24 at the Marigny Opera House. Some ticket still available at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4058829 ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Hmph. Yeah, well, how many of those saints have their own opera, huh? ;)
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