Isabelle Arc is a sensible, hard-working, God-fearing woman. Her headstrong daughter, on the other hand, communes with Saint Catherine, dons men's clothing, and prepares to lead the French army into battle. Motherhood in the 15th century is not easy. In her riveting new play, Jane Anderson reimagines Joan of Arc's epic tale through the eyes of her mother. Isabelle follows the baffling journey of her odd and extraordinary daughter with a mother's loving persistence — facing her own upended fears and faith along the way.