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“As the young lawyer, Tracy Sallows plays it crisp and smug. As the young
version of the protagonist, Sallows brims with enthusiasm, vitality and
desperate optimism. It’s a riveting, resonant moment.”
Everett Evans,
The Houston Chronicle

“Tracy Sallows was equally satisfying as the tremulously vital ‘C’”.
William Albright,
The Houston Post

“Sallows and Butler finely portray, respectively, the woman’s fresh hopes
and crumbling dreams.”
Richard Cristiansen,
The Chicago Tribune

“Sallows brings a surprising poignance and sensuality to the role of the
young woman.”
Hedy Weiss,
Chicago Sun Times

“Tracy Sallows soars as the youngest version of A, radiating the vulnerability
and expectation of youth and horrified and resistant at the prospect of the
woman she must become.”
Dan Zeff,
Copley News Service

“Kathleen Butler and Tracy Sallows are also splendid in their parts.”
Sherman Kaplan,

“Actresses Nan Martin, Kathleen Butler and Tracy Sallows are marvelous in
their demanding roles.”
Cynthia Gaver,

“The Chicago cast is easily equal to the New York company that we saw
at the Promenade Theatre. Nan Martin, Kathleen Butler and Tracy Sallows
create some memorable moments in this Pulitzer Prize winning drama.”
WGN, Chicago

“The performances are riveting.”
Bety Mohr
Daily Southtown

“All three actresses are excellent.”
Chris Jones,
New City Stage

Nan Martin as "A", Kathleen Butler as "B" and Tracy Sallows as 'C" in Edward Albee's THREE TALL

Photos by Carol Rosegg