You Never Can Tell

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You Never Can Tell by George Bernard Shaw. The first of his plays to be performed in South Africa. It was staged in Bloemfontein by an amateur company including Rose Ehrlich and R.C. Steegers in 19**. Done professionally by NTO in 1954.

Done in 1968 by PACT. Directed by Taubie Kushlick. Decor by Raimond Schoop. Costumes by Aubrey Couling. Lighting designed by Taubie Kushlick, assisted by Richard Lockwood. Cast: Mr. Valentine, the dentist - Dale Cutts Dolly Clandon - Gillian Lomberg Philip Clandon - John Rogers Mrs. Clandon - Margaret Fry Gloria Clandon - Marika Mann Fergus Crampton - Kerry Jordan The waiter - Siegfried Mynhardt His assistant, Joe - Robert van der Westhuisen Finch M'Comas - John McKelvey Mr. Bohun, Q.C. - Ivor van Rensburg


PACT souvenir programme of February to May 1968.

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