A lovely article on ANA from the Brechin Advertiser
Here’s an article in Edinburgh & Glasgow’s what’s on magazine The List all about ANA.
and here’s their review of the show.
Here’s The Guardian’s review of ANA
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
A great review of ANA by TV Bomb. They’ve hit the nail on the head, ANA is
somewhere between complete genius and total madness
Here’s a super review on the show from the Glagow Herald.
Laura Frietag of Rover Arts writes:
With a strong ensemble cast and remarkable mise-en-scène, ANA offers an imaginative and complex vision of womanhood.
Byron Toben of the Charlebois Post writes:
After the world premiere opening of the wonderful, thought-provoking play ANA at Espace Go, I wisecracked that it should be subtitled Six Annas in Search of their Mother.
Later, reading director Serge Denoncourt’s program notes, I was gratified to see that he also paraphrased Pirandello to describe the show. The co-authors, Clare Duffy of Scotland and Pierre Yves Lemieux of Montreal spent three years working up a script based on a concept by Clare Schapiro of Montreal and Muriel Romanes of Scotland.
The Charlebois Post also interviewed Pierre-Yves Lemieux, one of the writers of ANA, you can see the interview here.