Beautifully crafted, sure-footed and intensely moving…It is, by any measure, a tremendous conclusion to an excellent theatrical trilogy
What a well crafted & powerful conclusion to #TremblayTrilogy by @Stellarquines was today! When acted this well, no tricks needed. #edfringe
Jennifer #TremblayTrilogy by @Stellarquines, brilliantly performed by Maureen Beattie – extremely powerful theatre, beautifully written.
Gillian – edfringe.com Public Reviews (The List)
“After seeing this I immediately booked tickets for
Highly Recommended Show – The third instalment of the Jennifer Tremblay Trilogy explores the fragility of life, and of memories.
Epic trilogy of three generations of women comes to a powerful emotional climax
Stellar Quines are delighted that The Deliverance, the final play in Jennifer Tremblay’s powerful and evocative trilogy, translated by Shelley Tepperman and starring Maureen Beattie, has been awarded a Scotsman Fringe First for best new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
In a unique move by The Scotsman they have presented
Muriel Romanes’ direction is immaculate, Philip Pinsky’s sound a vital element in a unforgettably rich and vivid hour of solo theatre.
The Jennifer Tremblay Trilogy team were delighted to receive a third Tremblay Trilogy The Scotsman Fringe First Award for The Deliverance today! We were with a great line up of 7 companies from festival programmes at The Traverse, Summerhall and Northern Stage.
Maureen Beattie is again both star-soaring and realistically grounded in this magnificent solo role that she has made her own.
Stellar Quines’s Muriel Romanes directs with a light touch, on a simple set designed by iconic Scottish artist John Byrne, in a deceptively uncomplicated production that has both classy and integrity.
Why would you recommend The Deliverance to a friend? Audiences share their responses to The Deliverance, after previews at Dundee Rep on the 26th July.
In a few words – The Deliverance by Jennifer Tremblay, translated by Shelley Tepperman.
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