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Preview of the first Abbey Production of 'The Wild Goose'.

Review of the first Abbey Production of 'The Wild Goose'. "Miss Deevy is never dull, her craftsmanship, always good, has improved enormously, and in "The Wild Goose" she holds her audience absorbed throughout, because her play is packed with dramatic…

Photograph with caption. 'A scene from "Katie Roche," a new play by Miss Teresa Deevy, which was produced at the Abbey Theatre last evening, and will continue during the week. Stan Gregg (F.J. McCormick), and his sister Amelia (Ria Mooney). - Irish…

Review of the first Abbey production of 'The King of Spain's Daughter', includes cast list.

An article on Teresa Deevy winning the Abbey Theatre / Aonach Tailteann playwriting competition with 'Temporal Powers'.

Review of the first Abbey production. "Miss Deevy's work reveals her as a playwright of no mean merit".

Review of the first Abbey production of "The Reapers". "the play as a whole lacked spine, and that was really all that was wrong. The author has however, made a promising beginning, and next time, no doubt, we shall wave our hat".

Review of the first Abbey production of "The Reapers", includes cast list. "it would seem that Miss Deevy is a student of Tchechov; "The Reapers" might have strayed into "The Cherry Orchard" and there gathered some of the choicest wild flowers".

Review of Teresa Deevy's 'Three Plays' by Lennox Robinson. "To my mind she is - perhaps I should say will be - the most importatn dramatist writing for the Irish theatre since 1930".

Review of Teresa Deevy's 'Three Plays'. "Miss Deevy came into prominence some years ago