Trout Stanley stands out from the crowd. Dey, whose language has always been striking and whose dramaturgy has sharpened with every play she’s written, here delivers a masterwork.”
The National Post

“A deliciously lyrical piece of Canadian Gothic.”
- The New York Times

“Describing Trout Stanley in strict plot lines will do it no justice. This is a work that encourages other human faculties than the logical: the sensual, the imaginative and the intuitive. (Dey’s) writing is ephemeral, exquisite and vigorously feminine (and) flows beautifully from the mouths of her delirious characters.”
- The Globe and Mail

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