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A review of the first Abbey producttion of 'Katie Roche'. "Miss Deevy has given us a splendid study of a girl all heart and no head, who does not realise that living and loving go hand in hand with suffering."

Review of the Torch Theatre, London production of 'Katie Roche'. "Katie Roche could only be played, as it is being played at the Torch, with vivacious dignity. Here are none of the touches of burlesque that disfigure too many Irish plays."

Review of the first Abbey production of 'Katie Roche'. "It seems to be little more than a clever psychological study of an illegitimate girl who gives her name to the piece".

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".

The Abbey Theatre production of 'A Disciple'. There seven performances from Monday the 24th to Saturday the 29th of August 1931.

A review of the first Abbey prodcution of 'Katie Roche'. "Masterpiece is a word to be used sparlingly but I have no hesitation in applying it to Miss Deevy's "Katie Roche".

Typescript draft of a play 'A Minute's Wait' paginated and contains handwritten annotations in ink. Several pages are missing including pages 3 - 4, 8 - 12, 14, 16 - 18, 21 - 22, 24 and 26.
Scene: The platform at Dungaill station

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

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".