JESSICA EMERLING CROW is thrilled to be performing again with OpenStage Theatre, having appeared with the Company as Helen Hubbard in Murder on the Orient Express (Henry Award Nomination/Outstanding Supporting Actress), the Narrator in Every Brilliant Thing (OpenStage Opus Award/Outstanding Actress), Truvy Jones in Steel Magnolias (OpenStage Opus Award/Outstanding Supporting Actress), Emily Brent in And Then There Were None (Opus Award/Outstanding Supporting Actress), Genevra in Bright Ideas, Rosemary in Outside Mullingar (Opus Award/Outstanding Actress), Karen in Unnecessary Farce, Madame de Volanges in Dangerous Liaisons (Opus Award/Outstanding Supporting Actress) and Clara in 33 Variations. Outside of OpenStage, favorite roles include Kelly in Chaim's Love Song, Rita in Prelude to a Kiss, Annelle in Steel Magnolias and Rosaline in Love's Labor's Lost. She would like to thank her husband Robert for putting her three boys to bed all those nights she was at rehearsal.
Jessica's Work in OpenStage Theatre
Event Role
The Book Of Will Rebecca Heminges / Susannah Shakespeare
The Revolutionists Olympe de Gouges
Agatha Christie's Murder On The Orient Express Helen Hubbard
Rumors Chris Gorman
Every Brilliant Thing Narrator
Steel Magnolias Truvy Jones
And Then There Were None Emily Brent
Bright Ideas- Essential Season Genevra
Outside Mullingar Rosemary Muldoon
Unnecessary Farce Karen Brown
Dangerous Liaisons Madame de Volanges
33 Variations Clara Brandt