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Critical Essay by Megan Terry

SOURCE: “Two Pages a Day,” in The Drama Review, Vol. 21, No. 4, December, 1977, pp. 60-4.

In the following essay, Terry discusses her passion for writing and her everyday, artistic life.

I was bused to the theatre at the age of seven. There was a program, sponsored by the Junior League, to bring children to live theatre. I lived in a small fishing village outside of Seattle; it was a long bus ride, but it changed my life. Professional actors, who had worked together for twenty years under the direction of Mrs. Florence Bean James (who had studied with Stanislavsky) were playing Rumplestiltskin. That was it. I fell in love.

As soon as I was allowed to go about on my own (fourteen), I went back to that theatre and hung around and begged to clean johns and sort nuts and...

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