NTS announces 2017 season
The National Theatre of Scotland has announced details of three shows which will be playing the Edinburgh Fringe in August 2017, with more involvement with the festivals to be announced later.
There is a classy and accomplished feel to The View from Castle Rock, the Book Festival’s collaboration with Stellar Quines.
Romanes warns of “sector of administrators”:
Muriel Romanes has used her award of a CATS Whiskers at this year’s Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland to call for the artist to be put at the heart of theatre.
Special CATS Whiskers award for ex Stellar Quines AD:
The Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland will recognise recently departed Stellar Quines artistic director Muriel Romanes for her role as a “tremendous force” in promoting the work of women in Scottish Theatre.
Cleverly framed and delicately staged on what could well be John and Jeanine Byrne’s most evocative and cleverly constructed set yet, there is an aching beauty to Stellar Quines’ latest production.
Stellar Quines appoints Jemima Levick as AD & CEO:
Jemima Levick has been appointed artistic director and chief executive of Edinburgh-based theatre company Stellar Quines.
Muriel Romanes to step down as Stellar Quines AD:
Muriel Romanes has announced, “with much sadness”, that she is to resign her post as artistic director of Stellar Quines in April 2016.
Quines get third Fringe First & Trav gets three:
Stellar Quines has won its third Fringe First for the Jennifer Tremblay trilogy of plays, with one going to The Deliverance.
✭✭✭✭✩ Fertile soil:
Involving, dark, human poetry is in great supply in The Deliverance at Assembly Roxy. Stellar Quines’ presentation of the third part of the story that began with The List is a success in its own right, as well as a worthy successor to what has gone before.
Beattie to star in Quebec plays:
Maureen Beattie is to star in Jennifer Tremblay’s The Deliverance at this year’s fringe as Stellar Quines bring the complete Quebec-set trilogy to the Assembly Roxy.