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London, March 2020

Devising the music for the London Off-West End production of Medusa in rehearsals at the Unicorn Theatre.

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Romeo & Juliet

Minack Theatre, Cornwall, 2019

Playing the Capulet's Servant in Moving Stories' production, directed by Emma Gersch.

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Cockpit Theatre, London 2018

Playing Tobias Ragg in Ethereal Theatre's production, directed by Marc Zayat.

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Rosalind in As You Like It

Eliza will be playing Rosalind in The Greenhouse Theatre's upcoming London production of As You Like It. The Greenhouse is the UK's first ever zero-waste theatre and will be popping up in Canary Wharf this summer. Tickets and more information can be found here

Running on Fridays and Mondays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:30pm between 23rd July and 15th August in Jubilee Park, Canary Wharf. 

Check us out in Time Out and West End Best Friend!


The Lost Tapes of History Podcast

At the end of 2019, Eliza was cast in three episodes of The Lost Tapes of History's bold new series, "a weekly history podcast with a side order of humour" based on imagined private conversations between Monarchs and their Therapists, Interior Designers, Butlers, you name it! It's Horrible Histories meets Psychobitches. It's all factually accurate. It's less than 20 minutes. 


...the small moments of joy, the despair of accidentally petrifying unsuspecting mortals, all capped off with a beautifully optimistic song led by Eliza Harris to round off the section." - Matthew Cleverley (Theatre T) ****​​

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Voice Reels

Commercial Voice ReelEliza Harris
00:00 / 03:05
The Lion, The Witch, and the WardrobeC.S. Lewis
00:00 / 01:40
Anything Worth Holding Onto (Solo) Scott Alan
00:00 / 04:47
La Rabbia (The Rage)Eliza Harris
00:00 / 01:30

Recent Work

Eliza spent most of 2019 and early 2020 workshopping a reimagining of Medusa. This involved composing and writing the music, devised with ensembles in London, Piacenza, and Chicago. Medusa premiered at the Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago and the Pleasance Theatre, London before also running at the Cockpit Theatre, London

Check out the article about the year-long journey to create the music for Medusawatch the trailer for our London 2020 performance and click below for more information. 


July Featured Video: Anything Worth Holding Onto