A large student audience showered applause on Dorothy Donnelly in the title role and Arnold Daly as the poet/lover Marchbanks in Daly’s production of Bernard Shaw’s Candida (1897).  Daly’s was the first professional American production of Shaw’s play, which—departing from Ibsen’s A Doll’s House—proposed, in Shaw’s words, “that in the real typical doll’s house, it is the man who is the doll.”