Renowned playwright George Bernard Shaw's seaside comedy You Never Can Tell finds a celebrated writer named Mrs. Clandon returning to the coast of England with her three adult children. Romance -- with a dentist appropriately named Mr. Valentine and a former husband -- naturally follows, as does a wild masquerade party. Loaded with dazzling wit and pointed jabs at turn-of-the-century British society, You Never Can Tell is a multigenerational romp of mistaken identity and ever-changing relationships that the Los Angeles Times called "wonderfully apt for our time." See the Shaw Chicago Theater Company concert reading of this classic comedy at the Ruth Page Center for the Arts in Chicago.
This show is approximately two hours and 45 minutes, including intermission.