Megan Terry | Critical Essay by Felicia Hardison Londré

This literature criticism consists of approximately 17 pages of analysis & critique of Megan Terry.
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Critical Essay by Felicia Hardison Londré

SOURCE: An interview in Speaking on Stage: Interviews with Contemporary American Playwrights, edited by Philip C. Konlin and Colby H. Kullman, The University of Alabama Press, 1996, pp. 138–49.

Below, Londré provides a brief overview of Terry's career followed by a 1989 interview covering an array of topics.

From her days as a founding member of the Open Theatre in New York (1963–67), to her current activities as resident playwright and literary manager of the Omaha Magic Theatre, Megan Terry has used the stage to tell the truth for and about the communities in which she worked, while her innovations in theatrical form have emerged from the creative process itself. The community of seventeen actors and four writers that made up the Open Theatre provided the impetus for Viet Rock (1966), her best-known play of...

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