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TOTAL ECLIPSE an essay by Annie Dillard - dramatic reading

Gourmet lunch followed by a dramatic reading.
$25 per person all inclusive.
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Writer, Annie Dillard, viewed, on February 26, 1979, a total eclipse from the Yakima Valley in central Washington State. She described her impressions of the eclipse in an essay, "Total Eclipse".
Dillard describes a nearly overwhelming emotional experience as suggested in this quotation:
"It materialized out of thin air - black, and flat, and sliding, outlined in flame. The heart screeched. The meaning of the sight overwhelmed its fascination. It obliterated meaning itself."

This essay was selected for inclusion in The Best American Essays of the 20th Century. (2000)
Maggie Worsdale will dramatically read this essay.

Actress Maggie Worsdale holds a degree in English/Communications/Theater from Marietta College. She has appeared throughout the country in professional theater and off broadway. She is the producer of TRAVELING LITERARY THEATER.

Date:

08/18/2017

Location:

Camellia Manor
2729 Camden Road | Holly Hill, SC 29059

Contact:

317.285.8770

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