LCT3's Bull in a China Shop Extends Off-Broadway Run
Bryna Turner's new play follows two revolutionary women through the suffrage movement.
LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater has added a week of performances to Bryna Turner's new play Bull in a China Shop, now running at the Claire Tow Theater. Directed by Lee Sunday Evans, the show began performances February 11 in advance of a March 1 opening, and will now run through April 2, beyond its original March 26 closing date.
Bull in a China Shop follows Mary Woolley (Enid Graham) and her partner, Jeannette Marks (Ruibo Qian), as they reform and revolutionize women's education at the height of the suffrage movement. As evolving ambitions and desires strain the couple's relationship, this fast-paced comedy explores how we change the world, how the world changes us, and how we try to grow old together. Also in the cast are Michele Selene Ang, Lizbeth Mackay, and Crystal Lucas-Perry.
The production features sets by Arnulfo Maldonado, costumes by Oana Botez, lights by Eric Southern, and original music and sound by Broken Chord.