Megan Terry | Interview by Judith Babnich

This literature criticism consists of approximately 17 pages of analysis & critique of Megan Terry.
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Interview by Judith Babnich

SOURCE: An interview in The University of Mississippi Studies in English, Vol. X, 1992, pp. 191-203.

In the following interview, Terry discusses her play Turn Your Headlights On.

In 1969 Jo Ann Schmidman, a young actress, founded a theatre in Nebraska amid the rolling plains of middle America. She named it the Omaha Magic Theatre and described it as a place open to everyone. Its initial goal was to produce four new musicals by untried American writers and composers each year, and by so doing, to attract new American playwrights to Omaha. The group assembled by Schmidman included actors, actresses, directors, writers, and technicians, all devoted to the process of theatre, all offering a living example of alternative theatre.

In the twenty years it has been in existence, the Omaha Magic Theatre has proven to be one of the few working alternative theatres in...

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