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YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Directed by Sanford Robbins
Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts
Closed

 

 

What happens when the eccentric, rule-defying (and maybe just plain wackadoodle) Sycamore family is introduced to the high society parents of their daughter’s fiancé? Anything but a quiet evening with the in-laws.

 
In spite of the ballet pirouettes, xylophone solos, snake collecting, and basement pyrotechnics, this madcap yet tight-knit family offers proof that love and laughter can lead to happiness, even in the hardest of times. A hilarious, heartwarming, and life-affirming classic comedy.
 
 

 You Can't Take It With you runs approximately two hours and fifteen minutes, including one intermission.

  

​Thur. Sept. 21 ​7:30 p.m. ​Preview
​Fri. ​Sept. 22 ​7:30 p.m. ​Preview
​Sat. ​Sept. 23 7:30p.m. ​Opening
​Sun. ​Sept. 24 ​2:00 p.m.
​Thur. ​Sept. 28 ​7:30 p.m. ​Post-show talkback with the cast
​Fri. Sept. 29 ​7:30 p.m.
​Sat. ​Sept. 30 ​2:00 p.m. Prologue (Pre-show discussion) @ 1:15 p.m.
​Sat. ​Sept. 30 ​7:30 p.m.
​Sun. Oct. 1 ​2:00 p.m. SOLD OUT
​Thur. ​Oct. 5 ​7:30 p.m. SOLD OUT
​Fri. ​Oct. 6 ​7:30 p.m. SOLD OUT ​​Post-show talkback with the cast
​Sat. Oct. 7 ​2:00 p.m. SOLD OUT
​Sat. Oct. 7 ​7:30 p.m. SOLD OUT
​Sun. Oct. 8 ​2:00 p.m. SOLD OUT ​​​​Prologue (Pre-show discussion) @ 1:15 p.m.
 
   
 
Lenny Banovez as Ed and Erin Partin as Essie.
 

Lenny Banovez as Ed, James Black as Grandpa Martin Vanderhof, Stephen Pelinski as Paul, David Rainey as Donald, Elizabeth Heflin as Penny and Kathleen Pirkl Tague as Gay.
 
REP productions are supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.  The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com.
 
 

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Sara J. Griffin as Alice and Michael Gotch as Tony.


David Rainey as Donald, Jasmine Bracey as Rheba and Elizabeth Heflin as Penny.


John Tyson as Mr. Kolhenkhov.