Mrs. Warren’s Profession

Mrs. Warren’s Profession

Mrs. Warren’s Profession

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By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Steve Rowe
Content Warning: Adult themes

“Mrs. Warren’s Profession” by George Bernard Shaw, written in 1893, debuted on the London stage in 1902. The play explores the complex relationship between Kitty Warren, a successful businesswoman who owns brothels, and her daughter Vivie. Shaw challenges the societal judgment of individuals’ choices, particularly in the context of economic necessity. The play’s themes remain relevant today, prompting reflection on how we judge others and the decisions we make for ourselves.

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