Seanachaí Theatre Company is pleased to celebrate its 20th anniversary season with an official name change to
Irish Theatre of Chicago.

The 2014-15 Season:

By Conor McPherson
Directed by Jeff Christian*
November 26, 2014-January 4, 2015
Performing at The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Featuring Brad Armacost*, Coburn Goss*, Shane Kenyon, and Carolyn Kruse

Brad Armacost Coburn Goss
Brad Armacost Coburn Goss

Two Dublin men wrestle the living and the dead in this contemporary ghost story by the incomparable Conor McPherson, author of last season's runaway hit The Seafarer. Ian, an ex-priest turned therapist takes on his first patient, John, a man who claims to have seen the ghost of his recently deceased wife. What follows is a haunting and suspenseful tale of what it means to lose faith - in God, in relationships and in one's self.

*Member of Actor's Equity Association

The World Premiere of
By Karen Tarjan
Directed by Robert Kauzlaric
April 30-June 13, 2015
Performing at The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee Ave.

The White Road

The White Road is the story of Ernest Shackleton’s ill-fated attempt to cross Antarctica from sea to sea via the South Pole. The crew is forced to abandon their ship, The Endurance, having been crushed by pack ice. They have one path ahead — The White Road. Join us for an incredible story of survival, under near impossible conditions, and a display of the strength of the human spirit when all hope appears lost.

See Seanachaí's 2014-15 season for only $45! Save up to 25% on single ticket prices, and become a valued member of the Seanachaí family.

Call (773) 878-3727 to subscribe!


"As we mark our 20th season as part of the Chicago theatre landscape, Seanachaí Theatre Company is officially changing its name to Irish Theatre of Chicago," announce ITC Co-Artistic Directors Michael Grant and Ira Amyx. "Changing the name has been under serious consideration for the last several years, and after meetings with our ensemble members and our board of directors, the new name was selected and the decision was made to make it official at the start of this our 2014-15 season. While our name is changing, our mission remains the same, and Seanachaí (gaelic for ‘storyteller’) is still at the heart of what we do. It is our hope that our new name and logo will support our future plans and make it easier for our current and future patrons to find and follow us in an increasingly diverse and complex digital age."

Home | About Seanachaí | Subscribe | Production History | Awards | Outreach | Contact Us
©2007 Seanachaí Theatre Company.  Photo Credits. Site by dizzyk.