ORDWAY, SALLY, 1939-

Biography:

Publicist, playwright, secretary. Born– January 5, 1939, LaFayette, AL. Parents– Charles B. and Mary (Tucker) Ordway. Education– Hollins College, B.A., 1959; Yale Drama School, 1967-1968; Hunter College (C.U.N.Y.), M.A., 1970. Taught at Mitchell Junior College, 1963-1964; publicist for the New York Film Festival, 1967-1975. After the mid-1960′s, devoted time to play writing and other theatrical endeavors. Member of Actors Studio (1966-1969), Dramatists Guild, Authors League of America, and Westbeth Playwrights Feminist Collective. Awarded a fellowship by ABC Television for writing for the camera, Yale Drama School, 1967.

Source:

Contemporary Authors online

Publication(s):

(Plays) Allison. 1970.

Australia Play. 1971.

The Chinese Caper. 1973.

Crabs. 1971.

A Desolate Place Near a Deep Hole. 1965.

Family, Family. 1972.

Free! Free! Free! 1965.

The Hostess. 1975.

Movie, Movie on the Wall. 1968.

A Passage Through Bohemia. 1966.

Playthings. 1973.

San Fernando Valley. 1971.

Sex Warfare. 1974

There’s a Wall Between Us, Darling. 1965.

We Agree. 1970.

(Collections) We Can Feed Everybody Here. Westbeth, N.Y.; s.n., 1974.