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Mrs Warren’s Profession

By Bernard Shaw
Directed by Roy Brewer
28th September – 5th October 1974

Written in 1894 but banned until 1925 — not because of ‘rudery’ or bad language — but because Shaw justifies poor girls choosing to enter a brothel instead of starving or even dying through working in one of the factories of the period.

The play is one of Shaw’s best among his earlier works — witty, strongly plotted and with considerable Women’s Lib topicality.

Part of the Barn’s 1974-1975 Season.

CAST & CREATIVE TEAM

Directed by
Roy Brewer

CAST

Vivie Warren
Mrs Warren
Sir George Crofts
Frank Gardner
Rev Samuel Gardner

CREATIVE TEAM

Stage Manager
Set Design
Additional Assistance
Costume Design
Prompter
Production Secretary
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