Bull in a China Shop

Bryna Turner’s Bull in a China Shop tells the love story of the President of Mount Holyoke College’s Mary Woolley and her partner, Jeanette Marks. The story is inspired by the real letters between these two groundbreaking women and spans a nearly forty year period from 1899 to 1937. The project is a collaboration between GSU, Out Front Theatre Company which gives voice to the LGBTQIA community, and nationally recognized dramaturg, Celise Kalke, Managing Director of Synchronicity Theatre. Our unique production crosses mediums with a viola player and filmed sequences which will highlight the telling of the story.

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Dahlberg Hall
30 Courtland Street, Atlanta, GA

Event Type

Arts & Humanities, Theatre


Atlanta Campus

Colleges and Schools

College of the Arts


Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, Public


COTA Feature Event, CENCIA, FMT




$15 general admission ($10 Student w/ ID)

CENCIA, Film, Media and Theatre , School of Film, Media, Theatre


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Host University/Institution/Unit/Company

College of the Arts- Film, Media & Theatre

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