Written By: Bernard Shaw    
  Directed by: Charley Shafor      
  About the Show:   Dates & Times:  
  Bernard Shaw's controversial attack on society's hypocrisy. Young Vivie Warren, emancipated, intelligent and self-sufficient is astounded to learn her mother rose from poverty to riches through prostitution---and also that she is now part owner and operator of a chain of brothels. Mrs. Warren ably justifies her past---attacking a hypocritical society that rewards vice and oppresses virtue. She states poverty and the society that fosters poverty are the real villains and that life in a brothel is preferable to life in a 19th century factory.   Friday, Mar. 3rd at 8:00pm  
  Saturday, Mar 4th at 8:00pm
  Friday, Mar. 10th at 8:00pm
  Saturday, Mar. 11th at 3:00pm
  Saturday, Mar. 11th at 8:00pm
  Ticket Price:
  $15.00 all seats
  All seats reserved.
  Advance purchase recommended.
The Cast:   Purchase tickets on-line:
Karen Griesinger as Mrs. Warren
Kenzie Hall as Vivie Warren
Clint Bramkamp as Sir George Crofts
Michael Schlotterbeck as Mr. Praed
Jacob Watkins as Frank Gardner
David Jenkins as Reverend Samuel Gardner
More Information:    
  Shaw said he wrote the play "to draw attention to the truth that prostitution is caused, not by female depravity and male licentiousness, but simply by underpaying, undervaluing and overworking women so shamefully that the poorest of them are forced to resort to prostitution to keep body and soul together.