At the heart of Three Brothers is the belief that theatres should be driven by artists. We’re building something around our ensemble and creating a place where artists can experiment rather than building the reputation of a company.
We believe in ten fundamental, theatrical values:
That theatres are artists. Artists are people. People are theatres.
That theatre should be intimate.
Theatre is family and we perform in our home.
It’s called a play for a reason.
Support artists instead of limiting them.
Surprise audiences instead of limiting them.
Open the door. Open the door again. Keep opening the door.
Bite off more than you can chew.
Theatre will happen anywhere.
Do not, do not, do not make boring theatre.