WE TELL GOOD STORIES.
The COVID pandemic has lasted longer than most of us imagined possible. Here we are almost two years later and live events have still not fully returned. Life has not fully returned.
Three Crows is still here. We're just waiting impatiently until we can safely return to the stage with live audiences.
Our next show, when it's safe, is The Danish Play by Sonny Mills.
Continue to take care of you and yours. Get vaccinated, wear your mask. We miss you desperately!
Until we meet again,
Three Crows Theatre
The Trojan Women by Jean-Paul Sartre, directed by Katherine Seigel, Selena Lopez as Andromache, Quinn Thompson as Astyanax
Three Crows is a Chicago-based, ensemble theatre company committed to telling honest, thought-provoking, and entertaining stories. We are a pay-what-you-want storefront theatre company striving to make performances accessible to all who want to experience the transformative power of theatre. We tell good stories.
Three Crows is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation.
Why the name Three Crows? In common folklore, people believe that an appearance by a crow is ominous and foreboding. However, in some cultures, the crow symbolizes wisdom and good luck. The sighting of three crows is considered very lucky, bringing the promise of positive change after a tumultuous period.