Mrs. Warren’s Profession

By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by David Darlow
March 7 — April 22, 2007

Censored for eight years before finally being produced in 1902, Shaw’s profoundly provocative comedy illuminates the struggle for women to obtain a decent standard of living versus the choice of morally acceptable roads to that goal. Intelligent and independent, young Vivie Warren has enjoyed a secure upbringing, a Cambridge education, and a generous monthly allowance. Her world is shattered when she discovers the truth about her mother’s profession which has provided her comfortable life.


“One of those snap, crackle, and pop productions that is a trademark of Remy Bumppo … Annabel Armour [is] a sensational blend of high and low”
-Chicago Sun Times

“A rousing and sparkling production… under the sharp direction of David Darlow”
-Chicago Tribune

Production Photos


Annabel Armour- Mrs. Kitty Warren
Susan Shunk- Miss Vivie Warren
Joe Van Slyke- Rev. Sam Gardner
Don Brearly- Praed
Kevin Gudahl- Sir George Crofts
Matt Schwader- Frank


David Darlow- Director
Baleigh Isaacs- Stage Manager
Heather Vogel- Assistant Stage Manager
Tim Morrison- Scenic Designer
Janice Pytel- Costume Designer
Joe Cerqua- Sound Designer and Composer
Rich Norwood- Lighting Designer
Ross Moreno- Properties Designer
Peter Davis- Dramaturg
Alison Ramsey- Production Manager