Ben Brantley, New York Times
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This controversial classic is the story of Kitty Warren, a woman who has achieved a life of wealth and comfort. But when her daughter Vivie learns the truth about her mother's fortune, how will she take it? And what will become of Mrs. Kitty Warren?
A young lady discovers that the mother who gave her such a high-toned upbringing is in fact the madam of a brothel. Far from being ashamed of her profession, however, Mrs. Warren defends it as the epitome of capitalism.
Tony Award winner Cherry Jones (Doubt) returns to Broadway in George Bernard Shaw's scorching tour de force!
Previews 3rd September 2010
Opening night 3rd October 20101
Closing 5th December 2010
Run time: Two hours and 15 minutes with one intermission
Audience: Mrs Warren's Profession is suitable for audiences aged 12 and upwards
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