Biography - A Short Wiki
American playwright who won the Tony Award and a Rockefeller Grant, and wrote 1994’s Love! Valour! Compassion! and 1997’s Corpus Cristi.
He worked for the magazine Columbia College Today and graduated in 1960.
He became the center of controversy with Corpus Cristi, a play retelling the story of Jesus Christ with he and all his disciples as homosexuals.
How did Terrence McNally die?
|Cause of death||N/A|
|Age of death||81 years|
|Birthday||November 3, 1938|
|Death date||March 24, 2020|
|Place of death||Sarasota, Florida, United States|
|Place of burial||N/A|
"I like to surprise myself. I've always been attracted to projects where I don't know how they're going to turn out."Terrence McNally
"With me, writing is 60% imagination, 30% people you know and 10% you don't know where it comes from."Terrence McNally
"I may think I have inalienable rights to be alive and happy, but I don't - life is a blessing."Terrence McNally
"Young people have got to start their own theaters, really. All good theater is a kind of mom-and-pop operation. Start your own theater."Terrence McNally
"American Playhouse' is very supportive of writers. That's really why writers like to write for 'American Playhouse' for very little money. They care about making your play, your script, not some network production. We're treated like playwrights, not like fodder for some machine."Terrence McNally