Theater Wit: Box Office

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Written by Bryna Turner
Directed by AFT Artistic Associate Keira Fromm
Theater Two
About Face Theatre
Resident Company

Class is in session! This fast-paced feminist comedy explores the fascinating lives of Mary Woolley and her partner, Jeannette Marks. This chronicle of bravery and romance reveals how these two women and their contemporaries reimagined and revolutionized women's education at the turn of the twentieth century during the suffrage movement.


Running Time: 1 hour 25 minutes with no intermission


There is no late seating available for this production.

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Problems? Call the box office at 773-975-8150 during business hours

[1] Opening Performance

[2] 2017 Chicago Pride Parade
Sunday, 6/25/2017: Please leave extra time for travel and parking.
The Chicago Pride Parade's central hub bisects the route between Lake Shore Drive and our theater, making it extremely difficult to get here on Belmont. Almost all roads will be busy, and parking will be scarce. Please leave plenty of time for travel and parking, or plan an alternate travel route on public transit. For more information on the parade and parade route, go to Chicago Pride

[1] Opening Performance

[2] 2017 Chicago Pride Parade
Sunday, 6/25/2017: Please leave extra time for travel and parking.
The Chicago Pride Parade's central hub bisects the route between Lake Shore Drive and our theater, making it extremely difficult to get here on Belmont. Almost all roads will be busy, and parking will be scarce. Please leave plenty of time for travel and parking, or plan an alternate travel route on public transit. For more information on the parade and parade route, go to Chicago Pride