“Plummer expertly mines the depth of emotion of each family member, and her portrayal of Maggie is a tour de force.” –Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award, Audiofile May 2015: The Meaning of Maggie by Megan Jean Sovern
“Plummer’s skill with varied voices and accents is without equal. She navigates Fitzgerald’s glamorous world with panache, immersing the listener in the intense characters personalities.” —AudioFile January 2015: Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
“Therese Plummer’s buttery voice conveys the warmth in this Romance. Plummer’s rich narration captures the familial qualities of the tight-knit community while offering a versatility of male, female and children’s character voices.” –AudioFile August 2014: The Promise Thunder Point Book 5 by Robyn Carr
Read by Thérèse Plummer
As members of the Catholic priesthood continue to be accused of sexual abuse, the author examines the effects of these accusations on the families and friends of the priests alleged to have committed such acts. This first-person narrative, from the point of view of Sheila McGann, sister of one such priest, is masterfully narrated by Thérèse Plummer. Plummer excels at narration that is emotional without being mawkish. While raising the question of whether or not Sheila’s brother is guilty, the novel also raises issues of faith in God and in one another. Plummer’s strong narration lends further weight to Haigh’s story, creating an audio experience listeners will want to immerse themselves in.
J.L.K. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2011]
SING YOU HOME
Read by Thérèse Plummer, Brian Hutchinson
Music is an apt accompaniment to a story about a music therapist who finds herself falling in love with a woman after her husband leaves her. The songs, written by Picoult and Ellen Wilber, who performs them, are placed at relevant points in the heartbreaking story. Thérèse Plummer performs the women’s roles with pure expressions of joy, anger, and grief. Picoult also has a talent for male internal dialogue, which is performed superbly by Brian Hutchinson as husband Max. Max’s point of view smoothly shifts the story’s perspective with ironic guy talk that hints at both his manly feelings and profound vulnerabilities. Picoult conveys her characters’ transformations with her signature grace and empathy while shining a harsh spotlight on intolerance. A bittersweet and riveting listening experience.
A.W. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2011]
THE LAST NUDE
Read by Barbara Caruso, Thérèse Plummer
In this account of art deco painter Tamara de Lempicka’s relationship with her model, Rafaela, buildings look like confections and sewing machines sound like cicadas. In fact, nearly every detail thrums with lush, sensual imagery. Rafaela is stumbling her way through Jazz Age Paris when she meets Tamara and becomes her lover and muse. Thérèse Plummer voices young Rafaela with a contemporary inflection and captures her appealing energy. Plummer also balances the young woman’s naïveté with her somewhat desperate edges. Barbara Caruso narrates the artist’s part just as convincingly, immersing herself in the role of the emotional Polish painter. Her accent and direct tone provide an appropriate contrast to Plummer’s performance. This is an excellent production of a fascinating story.
L.B.F. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine [Published: JANUARY 2012]
Therese Plummer honored as AudioFile’s Best Voice, Best Fiction and Multi-Cast Production of 2011!
Super exciting news this year as I have been named along with Brian Hutchinson and Mia Barron for our ensemble work in Jodi Picoult’s, “Sing You Home,” as Best voices and multi-cast AudioBook of 2011!! Also my work in “Faith” by Jennifer Haigh was recognized as one of Best Fiction Audiobook of 2011!! Here is to a great year in recording and onward and upward for 2012.