Old Play in Manhattan, Apr. 15, 1946

Candida (by George Bernard Shaw; produced by Katharine Cornell in association with Gilbert Miller) has come to seem, with the years, almost as much Katharine Cornell's property as Bernard Shaw's. As the radiant lady fought over by the prating parson she married and the mewling poet she bewitched, Actress Cornell long ago found one of her most triumphant roles. Last week she was playing it on Broadway for the fourth time, and playing it well. But the cast surrounding her was not the one whose brilliant teamwork made the previous revival, in 1942, a real event. Hence what came across...

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