Mrs. Warren's Profession, George Bernard Shaw's tart and tangy play about prostitution — and more — written in 1893 and first performed in 1902, looks good for its age.Chalk it up to director David Staller's surefooted staging for the Gingold Theatrical Group led by Karen Ziemba as prostitute-turned-madam Kitty Warren and Nicole King as her down-to-earth daughter Vivie. Credit, too, the evergreen smarts and acerbity of Shaw, a writer with a piercing point of view who knew how to push buttons. In...
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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 Mrs. Warren's Profession 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.
100 minutes, no intermission.
October 12th, 2021
November 20th, 2021
October 12th, 2021
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.
Cast and creative
By: George Bernard Shaw
Director: David Staller
Producer: Gingold Theatrical Group
Cast list: Robert Cuccioli, David Lee Huynh, Alvin Keith, Nicole King, Raphael Nash Thompson, Karen Ziemba, Katya Collazo, Max Roll
Design: Brian Prather
Lighting: Jamie Roderick
Costume: Asa Benally
Sound: Frederick Kennedy
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George Bernard Shaw's infamous play Mrs. Warren's Profession will return to the New York stage in a rare revival. David Staller, who played Mr. Praed in the show's last Off-Broadway revival at the Irish Repertory Theatre, will return to direct Gingold Theatrical Group's new Off-Broadway production at Theatre Row.Performances begin October 12 ahead of an October 27 opening, and the play will run through November 20.Shaw's play centers on the life and career of Kitty Warren, brothel owner and...