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You Never Can Tell: REALLY

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You Never Can Tell: REALLY

LeeAnn Dowd

New blog post about You Never Can Tell by Cal Shakes' resident dramaturg Philippa Kelly!

You never can tell…. what a play is really like until you dig deep into the process of breathing life into it for the stage. George Bernard Shaw’s play was first marketed as a light-hearted farce in the style of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Ernest, which had debuted in 1895, the year before Shaw wrote his play. “I cannot say that I cared for the Importance of Being Earnest,” Shaw said...”
— Philippa Kelly
 Danny Scheie (Walter) in rehearsal for  You Never Can Tell .

Danny Scheie (Walter) in rehearsal for You Never Can Tell.

Read more about the story behind You Never Can Tell and behind Lisa Peterson's production here. You might just see a familiar assistant director's name mentioned...