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George Bernard Shaw’s scathing comedy about social hypocrisy and the excesses of capitalism.
Mrs. Kitty Warren worked her way out of the London slums and now lives abroad, having provided her daughter Vivie with the education and means to grow into a smart, independent young woman of strong convictions. When Mrs. Warren returns, mother and daughter discover that neither is the woman they thought they knew.
This provocative comedy was written in 1893. It was originally banned by the Lord Chamberlain and eventually performed in 1902.
Written By: George Bernard Shaw