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  • Collection: Newspaper Clippings

Review of the first Abbey Production of 'The Wild Goose', large portion taken from the Irish Times report.

Review of Gollancz's 1935/1936 'Famous Plays', including Tersa Deevy's 'Katie Roche'. "The last play in the volume is Miss Teresa Deevy's "Katie Roche," and it is , I feel inclined to say, the most remarkable of them".

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

Review of the first Abbey Production of 'The Reapers'. "Miss Deevy's play shows the unthrifty husbandry of good first plays. Her argument barks up too many trees in the first act, and sends us questing along too many false trails".

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

Review of the Torch Theatre, London production of 'Katie Roche'. "Teresa Deevy has written an Irish comedy which would mean a great deal more to an Irishman than it did to me".

Review of the first Abbey production of 'Katie Roche'. "Teresa Deevy has an extraordinary power of creating characters: the spoken lines are so good that we can without any effort fill in the blanks".

Review of Teresa Deevy's 'Three Plays'. Other books reviewed include 'Last Poems and Plays' by W.B. Yeats, and 'The Star Turns Red' by Sean O'Casey.

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 Wild Goose'. "Rich in dialogue and brilliant in construction, the plot lacks purpose and dramatic appeal".