Written by legendary playwright George Bernard Shaw in 1893, Mrs. Warren's Profession tells the story of Mrs. Kitty Warren, a brothel owner, and her daughter, Vivie. As Vivie learns of the sacrifice her mother made to give her independence, she struggles betweem whether to accept the truth or condemn her. Controversial for it's time, the play was originally banned by the Lord Chamberlain for its portrayal of prostitution. Although it's been years since the play's eventual premiere in 1902 at the New Lyric Club in London, Shaw's tour de force remains relevant in modern day, exploring themes like woman's rights, familial ties and survival. The script has captured the attention of various legendary actors, including Tony Award winner Cherry Jones (Doubt) who returns to Broadway as Kitty Warren. Fans everywhere seek Mrs Warren's Profession tickets to see this genius play come to life.