Megan Terry | Lecture by Megan Terry

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Lecture by Megan Terry

SOURCE: “Anybody Is as Their Land and Air Is,” in Studies in American Drama, 1945-Present, Vol. 4, 1989, pp. 83-90.

In the following lecture, Terry discusses her life in theater, focusing on the need of individuals to give of themselves in order to make a difference in the world.

I think it's more fun to think in groups than alone with a typewriter. Maybe that's why, of all the writing fields, I chose playwriting. My mind has always worked faster than my typewriter. At times I lay this malady to the fact that I got a “D” in typing in high school and may not belong in this technological age. Contrary to popular belief, typing isn't natural to all women.

Most of my early life was spent in trees, because I was into building treehouses. By...

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