The Olney Theatre Center for the Arts presents Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw. War with England was dragging on into its 75th year. Chaos reigned. Lawlessness prevailed. In a time of despair for France, hope was born in the form of a very ordinary girl. George Bernard Shaw won the Nobel Prize for literature after he produced this modern view of a young woman-- proud, brave, rebellious, and fully human--who challenged the conventions and values of her time. From the masterful pen of one of the wittiest political playwrights of our age, comes the riveting tale of a commoner whose mission changed history.