Mrs. Warren's Profession (Broadway, Vivian Beaumont Theater, 1976) | Playbill

Mrs. Warren's Profession


SYNOPSIS: A young lady discovers that the mother who gave her such a high-toned upbringing is, in fact, the madam of a brothel. Far from being ashamed of her profession, Mrs. Warren defends it as the epitome of capitalism.
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Drama Desk Award
1976 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
Tony Award
1976 Best Actress in a Play Nominee
1976 Best Featured Actor in a Play Winner

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