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THE ROOTS OF YOU - Jes Gislason
The performances in the movie elevate the story to a whole different level. The performances of Audrey L’Ebrellec as Elsa (...) brims with confidence and intensity.
(Swedish International Film Festival - Siff)
EVOCATION - Théâtre Volière/La Soupe Cie
"Audrey L’Ebrellec, who delivers a powerhouse performance throughout. Her talent for expression is mesmerising, demanding the audience’s attention and sympathy. She recites the poems with an other-worldliness and hysteria that draws you in to her world, simultaneously moving herself around the set to breathe life into her puppets. It would be a struggle to find acting with greater conviction and power at the Fringe this year."
James Hanton - The Student (Edinburgh festival 2017)
"Audrey L’Ebrellec the sole actor performs with gusto and passion"
A Younger Theatre (Edinburgh festival 2017)
"Played with conviction by Audrey L’Ebrellec. She managed to depict a wide scope of emotions in a very short amount of time, using puppets and different accents to portray other characters."
Broadway Baby (Edinburgh festival 2017)
ELIZABETH I - Chris Holt
"Audrey played Mary Queen of Scots in my series Elizabeth I for Channel 5. Audrey's performance was an absolute joy to watch, she is an incredibly skilful and subtle actor, devoid of sentimentality. In the scene where Mary is executed, Audrey conveyed extraordinary emotion without ever becoming saccharine. Her performance will linger in my memory for some time to come.
Audrey is a very smart, creative actor who understands the importance of craft, she is a rare and powerful talent. This combined with her good humour, kindness and warmth made having her on set an absolute pleasure. I would heartily recommend Audrey, she did her home work, she has great levels of energy and concentration and through great choices she brought Mary to life."
Chris Holt - Director ELIZABETH I
"A deliciously dark performance from Audrey L’Ebrellec"
TV Times (Channel 5)
PIERROT LUNAIRE - Théâtre Volière
"Audrey L'Ebrellec's fragile French Governess is beautifully acted, with vulnerability... in every graceful movement and every desperate song"
Carns Theatre Passion (Bridewell Theatre)
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