DANIELLE FARROW
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"Danielle Farrow is excellent as The Woman... [She also plays] the star of the show... a deep
red dress with gold lace trims and highlights. Farrow’s success is that she makes you believe
that this is the sort of dress which transforms the person who puts it on. They don’t so much
wear it, as it is the dress which wears them - a skin that has its own entity and just needs
flesh and bones over which to settle."
EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS - Thom Dibdin

"Farrow is a highlight... as she flits between the
sweat-drenched wiles of the mistress and the
cowed nervousness of the wife. Whether
moving hypnotically in a dance of seduction
as one, or twitchily evading the therapist’s
questions as the other, her versatile
performance is unstrained and engrossing."
[She is also] "the most powerful character
in this provocatively sensual and
compelling new work - The Dress itself." 
EDINBURGH SPOTLIGHT

"Performances are equally controlled and impressive, with the 9-strong cast demonstrating great
ability to portray nuances of emotion and inner motivation. Particularly strong are [Marion] Shortt
herself and Danielle Farrow in the ‘Sisters’ thread, with Shortt’s clipped and frustration-borne
performance as a member of the ground staff contrasting with Farrow’s wide-eyed and
childlike portrayal of her psychologically-damaged sibling. This piece is the core of
In Transit and is written and performed excellently, resulting in a moving and
memorable backbone to the whole production." 
EDINBURGH SPOTLIGHT

"Farrow’s transition between innocent housewife and whore was both engaging and comical,
bouncing off [Andrew] Henry’s hapless Doctor and sleazy husband." 
TVBOMB - Jenni Gould

"A beautiful performance and I really enjoyed the piece. Danielle captured the words and
character(s) so well, made them her own and she has such a great presence on stage.
So glad I made it along."
Andrew Corelli, Director, Siege Perilous
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