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Theatre

Rhapsodic banalities: I, Joan, at the Globe, reviewed

10 September 2022

9:00 AM

10 September 2022

9:00 AM

I, Joan

Shakespeare’s Globe, in rep until 22 October

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The Bread & Roses Theatre

‘Trans people are sacred. We are divine.’ The first line of I, Joan at the Globe establishes the tone of the play as a public rally for non-binary folk. The writer, Charlie Josephine, seems wary of bringing divinity into the story too much, and he gives Joan a get-out clause to appease the agnostics.

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