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  • Christopher Plumridge:
    6 Sep. 2021
    She Fed the Devil is great a great two hander with a devilish twist in the tail. I really enjoyed the dialogue between Jessie and the surprisingly polite and charming Devil. I thoroughly enjoyed this piece! Give it a read and save your soul haha!
  • John Busser:
    21 Jul. 2021
    What a sneaky, low down, under-handed, manipulative, trickster Marcia Eppich-Harris is! And I mean that in the best way. She hooked me right from the start here, creating a crafty devil to rival the best of them. Not with threats or scares, but with some convincing positive reinforcement. I loved this play. Well done Marcia.
  • Mary Karty:
    10 Jun. 2021
    "She Fed the Devil" is smart and funny. Eppich-Harris's wry, dry wit is as bitter sweet as the berries Jessie fed the devil as a kid. In ten short minutes Jessie and the Devil go through sin, guilt, temptation, selflessness, selfishness, and self-care. It is like all of eternity can be decided in only ten minutes. The casting of this show and the Devil is very open to interpretation. Eppich-Harris gives enough room for nuance and subtext in this tight play, but there is always room for the Devil.
  • Kelly McBurnette-Andronicos:
    2 Jun. 2021
    The lesson of this play? Should you ever meet Satan, do not engage! A fun, irreverent short play perfect for any 10 minute festival.
  • Lisa Dellagiarino Feriend:
    28 May. 2021
    Too much fun!! That sneaky Satan. This short play is just delightful as it zips along with fast and razor sharp dialogue. I'm a sucker for plays with Biblical characters acting like 21st century people, and this play is one of my favorites.
  • Rachel Feeny-Williams:
    28 May. 2021
    A wonderfully witty piece that I can see being a festival piece. It takes the simple concept of the devil, spin washes it with a modern twist and you get this gem of a play! I want to mention the end but I won't as you will want to read it for yourself!
  • John Busser:
    24 Aug. 2020
    Oh that evil bastard! That was perfect. What better way to portray the Devil than one using marketing and rebranding to work his charms. A fun little play!
  • Doug DeVita:
    12 Jul. 2020
    Hilarious piece about the rebranding of eternal damnation and Faustian Bargaining, with an interesting twist. A fun option for a short play festival with two great roles.
  • Monica Cross:
    12 Jul. 2020
    Satan has rebranded in SHE FED THE DEVIL. Marcia Eppich-Harris riffs off the classic temptation arc, when Jessie begins to question her actions. Full of twists and turns and fun imagery of heaven and hell. This ten-minute play is a perfect fit for any short play festival! Do yourself a favor and check it out!
  • Megan Ann Jacobs:
    8 Jul. 2020
    A very interesting exploration on how we, as a society, treat ourselves when compared to treating others. It brings up the question of indulgence and trust. An interesting piece that would be easy to stage at any festival.