You Can’t Take It With You
By Moss Hart & George S. Kauffman
July 29-August 1, 4-8, 1992
The Boal Barn Playhouse
|Director||Nan C. Resnick|
|Scenic Designer||Sarah L. Hunt|
|Lighting Designer||Steven Jusco|
|Costume Designers||Bonnie Spetzer|
|Sound Designer||William S. Kelley|
|Properties Manager||Susan Dean|
|Stage Manager||David S. Apichell|
About the Show
You Can’t Take It with You is a comedic play in three acts by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The original production of the play premiered on Broadway in 1936, and played for 838 performances.
The play won the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and was adapted for the screen as You Can’t Take It with You in 1938, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director.
The play is popular among theater programs of high school institutions, and has been one of the 10 most-produced school plays every year since amateur rights became available in 1939.
The story takes place entirely in the large house of a slightly odd New York City family. Various characters in the lives of the Vanderhof-Sycamore-Carmichael clan are introduced in the first act.
|Paul||C. Richard Griffin|
|Gay Wellington||Katherine Pelham|
|Mr. Kirby||Richard B. Gidez|
|Mrs. Kirby||Beth Resko|
|The Man||Rob Dougherty|
|Jim the G-Man||Jeffery L. Clouser|
|Mac the G-Man||Colby Ramos|