Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication (ASC) will carefully and permanently preserved virtually every script of ALL MY CHILDREN, ONE LIFE TO LIVE and LOVING.
The complete collection of the scripts were a gift to Penn made by Agnes Nixon, the creator of the groundbreaking soap operas and one of the most prolific and respected writers of daytime drama in American history.
“The Annenberg School is very well-known, and I believe Penn wanted the scripts as a piece of history,” says Nixon, who lives in the Philadelphia suburbs and has set her dramas in fictional towns resembling communities in the Delaware Valley.
“We’re ending them but we aren’t ending them, if you know what I mean,” she says. “It’s possible that some other network might pick them up, so we are ending them with a tune-in-tomorrow attitude.”
But fans should expect to see long-lost characters return to Pine Valley and Llanview during the final episodes, she says. “We’ll have situations that will bring them back.”
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“I was a theater major at Northwestern University and appeared in two shows with Donna Steele,” Culliton says about his fellow student who would go on to found Steel Beam. “We had a short scene together and I remember thinking, ‘Wow, she is the real deal.’”