New play by Miss Deevy

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

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At the play. (By St. John Ervine.): More famous plays

Review of Gollancz's 1935/1936 'Famous Plays', which included Teresa 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".

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A new Comedy

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".

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Powerful drama at the Abbey: "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 incidents and its constuction

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New Abbey Play

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 Independent Photo (McM.)."

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"Katie Roche" at the Abbey

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."

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