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Review of the first Abbey Theatre production of 'The Reapers'. "I confess I was not very much impressed by this new play: but I hasten to add that I have been a great deal more bored by others I have seen".

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".

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 Theatre production of 'The Reapers'. "Miss Deevy's remarkable strength in dislogue lends power to "The Reapers"".

Review of the first Abbey Production of 'A Disciple'. "Miss Deevy's play is a study of of Ellie's mind. It is a mind in revolt agains its convent education".

Review of the first Abbey Production of 'The Wild Goose'. "Rich in dialogue and brilliant in construction, the plot lacks purpose and dramatic appeal".

Review of 'Three Plays'. The newspaper is Waterford based and focuses

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.

Interview with Teresa Deevy during dress rehersals for 'Katie Roche'.

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