05/07 May Member Meeting with Marcia Eppich-Harris

Enjoy an evening with fellow IWC members and friends. Share your good news. Be informed on the happenings of the IWC. And hear a featured writer speak on the craft each month.

Featured Speaker: Marcia Eppich-Harris
Title of Talk: “Becoming who you are: the writer’s journey.”
Location: Indiana Writers Center at the Indianapolis Opera – RSVP Required
Cost: Free for members; $20.00 for nonmembers

About the speaker:

Marcia Eppich-Harris is the artistic director and founder of Southbank Theatre Company in Indianapolis. She holds a PhD in Shakespeare and Dramatic Literature and taught at the college level for over fifteen years. Her publications include plays, fiction, poetry, scholarship, interviews, and reviews. Her creative writing is influenced by the literature and history of the ancient Greeks and Romans, the British Medieval and Renaissance periods, and current events. Her writing focuses thematically on politics, philosophy, the arts, gender, family, and culture. Her ten minute plays have been produced nationwide and internationally, and local performances of her full-length plays include Seneca and the Soul of Nero, The Profession, her musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida, for which she wrote the music and lyrics, and Seeking Nietzsche, which was named the most impressive production of a drama by Daniel Shock in 2023. Her next production will be her play Shit Cake, which will premiere at the IndyFringe festival in August. Her first full-length play, The Profession, was published by Next Stage Press in 2023, and Seneca and the Soul of Nero will be published in June this year, also by Next Stage Press.

*Members: please be sure to login to your membership account for the discount!

**Not a member? Join today!

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Share on Pinterest

Stay in Touch

Would you like to receive updates from the Indiana Writers Center?
Join our mailing list!

Copyright © 2020 Indiana Writers Center | All rights reserved.