By Marlena De Lacroix
In Part 1 of this column, I used that great 1947 Broadway musical in which a mythical ancient town full of joy and real human goodness reappears and vanishes once a decade as a metaphor for the brief return of Lorraine Broderick as headwriter of All My Children.
Ms. Broderick’s self-chosen short-lived return represented a short sojourn back into a soap opera world that now exists only in memory: What we’ve seen again in the past three months is the real All My Children — the intelligent, warm, character
My kudos go to ALL the actors of the AMC company who again got to showcase their real skills because they were given great writing.
rich soap we loved since Agnes Nixon created it in 1970 and which existed in that glorious form until 1996. Sadly, Broderick’s new stint as writer has already ended, but she leaves AMC in [Read more…]