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I wrote the first version in 10 days, I was just trying desperately to get the language, and capture exactly how the women spoke.‘But to do everything my parents did and for it still not work, there were some very dark times,’ he admits.
Years later, his father would buy his mother a tear-shaped diamond necklace that she would never take off - and tell her ‘this is the last tear’. Pat, my ex-brother-in-law, he remarried five or six months after her death and the first time I heard my nephew call this other woman ‘mama’ was when I said ‘No – Susan can’t disappear' Robert Harling ‘In true Steel Magnolia fashion she rolled with it, she asked me if she could read it and we went back to the hotel and I would walk past the door and she was just sobbing and sobbing and sobbing.
And it is clear that the bonds that have kept Susan tied closely to Robert all these years are still as tight as ever.
Pat, my ex-brother-in-law, he remarried five or six months after her death and the first time I heard my nephew call this other woman ‘mama’ was when I said ‘No – Susan can’t disappear’.
‘I guess I started writing the play about six months later, it came out very, very fast.
Susan left behind her husband Dr Pat Robinson and their two-year-old son Robert after years of battling diabetes, and amid the waves of his grief, Robert, then an actor, put pen to paper at the urging of close friends and wrote all about the town of Natchitoches, where his mother Margaret ruled the roost and the women ‘spoke in bumper stickers’.
Based on a true story: Robert Harling wrote Steel Magnolias following the death of his beloved sister Susan Robinson.