THIS PRODUCTION HAS BEEN DELAYED UNTIL SPRING 2011. THEATER AND PERFORMANCE DATES WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.
Moss and Kaufman's masterwork portrays the colorful, freethinking Sycamore
family and the mayhem that ensues when their daughter's fiancé brings his
conservative, straight-laced parents to the Sycamore residence for dinner on
the wrong night. Literal and figurative fireworks erupt over the course of
the evening in a household that appears to be a madhouse but proves, in fact,
to be the opposite: a sanctuary from the lunacies of the outside world.
A critical and popular success when it debuted at the Booth Theatre in
1936, You Can't Take It With You was last seen on Broadway over a quarter
century ago in 1983. The play received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1937. Anna Shapiro directs.