Frankenstein Literary Society Book Club
Come spill the tea as you join members of the 19th century Indianapolis Literary Society to discuss the radical new novel, Frankenstein. Enjoy an interactive conversation, complete with refreshments, as the women of 1832 ask you to help decide whether Mary Shelley’s work is an innovative masterpiece or a dangerous scourge. You have never been to a book club like this!
Date: October 5
Time: 6:30 – 8 pm
Place: IRT Grand Lobby
Cost: $30 p/person or $25 for Season Ticket Holders
—If you join this class you will also receive a discount for upcoming classes—
Explore the Indiana Writers Center’s Spotlight Partnership with the Indiana Repertory Theatre for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a vibrant collaboration that echoes IWC’s commitment to promoting inclusion, diversity, equity, and access. Through this partnership, the IWC continues to champion storytellers from diverse backgrounds, illuminating the transformative potential of words and fostering an inclusive artistic community in Indiana.
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