You Can't Take It With You
George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Directed by Barbara Mackenzie-Wood
November 14 – November 23
"I told you there was a bright side to everything. All except my twenty-three years' back income tax."
Pulitzer Prize winner in 1937, YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU is a screwball comedy which resonates today as it brings a message of optimistic bravery and love during the Great Depression. The story centers around the madcap eccentrics of the free-thinking Vanderhof household. When granddaughter Alice falls in love with the son of a conservative Wall Street banker, the two families meet, resulting in hilarious fireworks.