When: Monday, March 18, 7 pm
Where: Symphony Space, NY
General seating.

what price independence?

George Bernard Shaw built his life on controversy, determined to be the voice of empowerment for the disenfranchised. In a world where women have no legal rights, his play examines a woman who, coming from nothing, has become one of the most wealthy and powerful of executives running an international string of high-class brothels, keeping her life hidden from her daughter. Only when the truth is revealed does the house of cards topple.

In this infamous comedy/drama, George Bernard Shaw brings us his most provocative play, which examines how six people face their past to plan for their future, including the mysterious title character who has built a global empire from the ground up.

Come experience the provocative play that, in its world debut in New York in 1905, the entire cast was arrested on opening night! With a glorious cast by the most amusing and insightful playwright in the English language, the always rascally George Bernard Shaw.

All are welcome!

Director … Lily Kanter Riopelle

Mrs Kitty Warren … Tina Benko
Vivie Warren … Madeline Seidman
Praed … Jason Veasey
Crofts … Jay O. Sanders
Frank Gardner … Robert Elijah Kollman
Reverend Sam Gardner … Arnie Burton
Narrator … Fareeda Pasha

Stage Managers … Sean Francis Patrick, Frederick Krepps