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Background[ edit ] The play is based on the family experience of the death of author Robert Harling's sister, Susan Harling-Robinson, in from diabetic complications after the birth of his namesake nephew and the failure of a family-member donated kidney.
Following the death, a writer friend advised him to write it down to come to terms with the experience. He did but originally as a short story to give his nephew an understanding of the child's deceased mother.
It eventually evolved in ten days to a play performed Off-Broadway before being adapted for the Steel Magnolias movie Board of Education " felt it important to include the way the characters used humor and lighthearted conversations to cope with the seriousness of the underlying situations.
Harling wanted the audience to have a true representation of what his family endured during his sister's experience.
US productions[ edit ] The play originally opened Off-Broadway with one set and an all-female cast although the voice of a male DJ on the radio is intermittent during the play with all male "characters" referenced only through dialogue at the WPA Theatre, in New York City, on March 28,with Pamela Berlin as director.
The production transferred to the Lucille Lortel Theatre on June 19,and closed on February 25, after 1, performances.
Marion Ross joined the tour as Clairee late in the run. A tour of the show opened at the Theatre Royal Bath on April 2,and was scheduled to play at ten theatres including the Richmond Theatre in London during an eleven-week run.
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