Written by George Bernard Shaw

Directed by David Staller


Robert Cuccioli 

Katya Collazo 

David Lee Huynh 

Alvin Keith 

Nicole King 

Raphael Nash Thompson 

Max Roll  

Karen Ziemba 

Theatre 2

10/12/2021 – 11/20/2021


(+$2.50 fee, +$ 4.00 fee online or over the phone)


Mrs. Warren’s Profession

MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION: what price independence? George Bernard Shaw built his life on controversy, determined to be the voice of empowerment for the disenfranchised. In a world where women have no legal rights, his play examines a woman who, coming from nothing, has become one of the most wealthy and powerful of executives running an international string of high-class brothels, keeping her life hidden from her daughter. Only when the truth is revealed does the house of cards topple.

In this infamous comedy/drama, George Bernard Shaw brings us his most provocative play, which examines how six people face their past to plan for their future, including the mysterious title character who has built a global empire from the ground up.

Come experience the provocative play that, in its world debut in New York in 1905, the entire cast was arrested on opening night! With a glorious cast by the most amusing and insightful playwright in the English language, the always rascally George Bernard Shaw.


This show may be inappropriate for ages 10 and under.

Please note all sales are final. We do not offer refunds or exchanges. 

All patrons 12 & older must be fully vaccinated 2 weeks prior to their performance date. All patrons aged 2 – 11 must provide a negative COVID test. 

For your safety, masks must be worn in Theatre Row at all times.
No food or drink allowed in Theatre Two during the performance.

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