Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Mary Gallagher Biography (1947-)
Addresses: Agent: Mary Harden, Bret Adams, Ltd., 448 W. 44th Street, New York, NY, 10036.
"I began work in the theatre as an actress in 1969, I began writing stories in 1970 and novels in 1971. I first directed a Play in 1970 and wrote my firstplay in 1970, a one-act called Trees. Since 1978, I have been writingonly, mostly plays."
- actress, director, writer
Fly Away Home, American Conservatory Theatre (Plays in Progress Series), San Francisco, 1977; Father Dreams, American Conservatory Theatre (Plays in Progress Series), 1978, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, 1978, Loretto-Hilton Repertory, 1980, Ensemble Studio, NY, 1981, Theatre Three, Dallas, 1981; Little Bird, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Stockbridge, MA,1980, 78th Street Theatre Lab, NY, 1980, Syracuse University, 1981, Bates College, Lewiston, ME, 1983, Chocolate Cake, Actors Theatre of Louisville (Festival of New American Plays), 1981, Toronto International Theatre Festival, 1981, Provincetown Playhouse (as part of bill called Win/Lose/Draw), NY, 1983, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 1983; Buddies, Ensemble Studio, 1982, Victory Gardens Theatre, 1983; Dog Eat Dog, Hartford Stage Company, CT, 1983.
Father Dreams, 1982; Chocolate Cake, 1982; Buddies,1983; Little Bird, 1984; Dog Eat Dog, 1984.
Spend It Foolishly (novel), 1978; Quicksilver (novel), 1982.
- "The Sublet," Cosmopolitan, July 1975; "Leaving the City," Cosmopolitan, July 1976; "Let Me Buy You Lunch," Cosmopolitan, November 1978; "The Midget Bride," Redbook, March 1980.
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