You Can't Take It with You

Written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Directed by Lynne Lupfer

It's time to roar with laughter at this 1937 Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy which features a daffy family whose passions include such mysterious oddities as pyrotechnics, snakes, ballet and dodging government authorities. Their 'conventional' daughter brings her boyfriend and his straight-laced parents home to meet her oddball family for the first time, but both she and her beau realize that the endearing eccentricities of her family and friends and their unquestioning love and support is their true happiness. "The only downside to this unconditional upper is that it may strain previously underused muscles around your mouth. That can happen when you spend twoand- a-half hours grinning like an idiot. A lot of shows can make you laugh. What's rare is a play that makes you beam from curtain to curtain." NY TIMES

October 20 – November 10, 2018
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)


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Friday/Saturday: $21
Sunday: $17

Please be considerate of your fellow ticket buyers and try not to leave a single seat in a row.

Depending on the performance, the following seats are held to accommodate people with disabilities who can transfer into the seat. - Row K, Seats 1&2, Row B, Seats 1&2, Row E, Seats 1&2 or Row H, Seats 1&2. They can be purchased by calling the box office at 201-261-4200. These seats will be released for public sale two weeks prior to performance.