By George Bernard Shaw
January 27 - February 17, 2008
A street smart mother and her prim young daughter engage in a comic battle that's as amusing and provocative as when it first scandalized society in 1894. Inititally impressed with her mother's grit and entrepreneurial zeal, Vivie must confront the truth about mother's profession (the world's oldest) as she stakes a claim to her own independence. Shaw creates a witty, unflinching portrait of working women and the men who try to love or control them.