“A very funny yet thoughtful one-act play…make plans to see this show.” – QonStage, Jan. 18, 2009, Susan Freedner.
McCorkle Terence Diamond is a New York-based trans playwright, journalist, femme ally, short story writer, storyteller, community builder, anti-brand artist, and former union factory worker. As a creative writer, cultural producer and critic, Terence Diamond contributes to the improvement of the human condition through the written word and discerning image. His productions include Relationship Jones, Rose Toibin, The A-Train Plays, Bijoux Monologues, One Good Thing, Waiting for the Show, Ecstasy/Treason (Coq tot), and Un lieu de vie. Diamond’s plays have been produced at various venues in New York City including the Wow Cafe Theatre, The Club at LaMama, Red Room, Neighborhood Playhouse, Chashama, The Workshop, Theatre for the New City, and MC Gallery Space. His publications include non-genre text BIG PINK MEAT (2016), set in a ham factory in suburban NJ, charting the Joycean journey from she to he during one day in the life of a transteen. He has studied with William Hoffman, Holly Hughes, Eileen Myles, Ed Baker, Deb Margolin and Mike Daisy.
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