February 7-16, 2019
Set in a seaside town You Never Can Tell recounts the story of a strong independent woman and her children who by happenstance find their long lost husband and father at the dentist’s office. Mistaken identity, twins, and falling in love by the sea are the ingredients of this lighthearted jubilant production, which also smartly explores the playwright’s philosophy of Feminism and gender relations. You Never Can Tell is one of George Bernard Shaw's "Plays Pleasant” his collection of works meant to amuse as well as provoke.
By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Susan Ferley*
Set Design by Brandon Kleiman
Costume Design - Meredith Hubbard
Lighting Design by Jareth Li
Stage Managed by Michael Panich*
*The participation of these artists is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance.Opera.Theatre Policy (DOT).