On 8 March 2012, International Women’s Day, Stellar Quines and the Québec Government in the UK hosted a pre show reception and post show drinks around the performance of ANA that evening at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh.
Thanks to the Québec Government in the UK for the pre show reception and thanks the British Council in Québec for post show drinks.
From left to the right: Linda Crooks, Executive Producer Traverse Theatre; Clare Duffy co-writer ANA, Muriel Romanes, Artistic Director Stellar Quines; Pierre Boulanger, Agent General Québec Government Office UK; Fiona Hyslop, MSP Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs; Maude Laflamme, Québec Government Office UK; Orla O’Loughlin, Artistic Director Traverse Theatre and Graham Sheffield, Director Arts British Council.
Photograph: Marc Marnie
at this best, this show has a wild and fabulous female poetry about it, that makes it a fine production for the week of International Women’s Day The Scotsman
Read Joyce McMillan’s full review
“well executed with an impressive mise-en-scene and very strong performances from a Quebecan/Scottish cast“. Buzz Extra
intellegent three star review from Buzz Extra
‘A thought provoking night at the theatre’ – Clicket on ANA
Philip Pinsky, sound desinger and composer for ANA, took a series of photographs while in Montreal for the creation of the show. Here’s a photo montage of his impressions of being on the road in Montreal.
Philip Pinsky on the road in Montreal from Stellar Quines on Vimeo.