A Headstrong Candida 

Feminism and class consciousness at Cal Shakespeare Theater, à la George Bernard Shaw.

George Bernard Shaw wrote Candida at a time when he truly idealized women. Thus, it's a shockingly feminist play — "shocking," given its 1894 publication date — with a headstrong, passionate, borderline-adulterous female as its central character. The whole thrust of the…

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