Candida (May 4-20, 2006)

A Comedy by George Bernard Shaw

“You don’t have to go all the way to Niagara-on-the-Lake to see a production of one of George Bernard Shaw’s plays …. this production is a complete success.” – North York Mirror

One of the world’s great pieces of theatre, this play recounts the soulful lovesickness of eighteen-year-old Marchbanks for Candida, the parson’s wife. The parson is at first amused, then incensed, and finally angered. Candida is attracted to both men for their very different qualities. Marchbanks believes she has a choice but they are both devastated by the idea of losing her. With Candida, Shaw offers us his greatest insights into womankind.

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