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Student Rush Ticket Policy Announced for Broadway's You Can't Take It With You

The comedy by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman stars James Earl Jones and Rose Byrne.

Tony Award winner James Earl Jones stars in the revival of You Can't Take It With You at the Longacre Theatre.
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A limited number of student rush tickets for the Broadway revival of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's Pulitzer Prize-winning play You Can't Take It With You will be made available for each performance at the Longacre Theatre on the day of the show. Tickets, priced at $30 and limited to one per customer, can be purchased with a valid student ID.

Two-time Tony Award winner James Earl Jones (Gore Vidal's The Best Man) leads the cast as Grandpa Vanderhof, two-time Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids) as Alice Sycamore, Tony Award winner Elizabeth Ashley (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) as The Grand Duchess Olga, Tony Award nominee Annaleigh Ashford (Kinky Boots) as Essie Carmichael, Byron Jennings (The Merchant of Venice) as Mr. Kirby, Mark Linn-Baker (My Favorite Year) as Paul Sycamore, Tony Award nominee Kristine Nielsen (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike) as Penelope Sycamore, Tony Award nominee Reg Rogers (Holiday) as Boris Kolenkhov, Crystal A. Dickinson (Clybourne Park) as Rheba, Julie Halston (Anything Goes) as Gay Wellington, Marc Damon Johnson (Lucky Guy) as Donald, Patrick Kerr (Stage Kiss) as Mr. De Pinnam, Will Brill (Act One) as Ed Carmichael, Fran Kranz (Death of a Salesman) as Tony Kirby, Johanna Day (August: Osage County) as Mrs. Kirby, and Nick Corley (The Mystery of Edwin Drood), Austin Durant (War Horse), and Joe Tapper (Witnessed by the World) as the three G-men. Barrett Doss, Ned Noyes, and Pippa Pearthree will understudy.

Directed by six-time Tony nominee Scott Ellis (The Mystery of Edwin Drood), the play follows two families, the Sycamores and the Kirbys, whose worlds collide when their children become engaged. Three-time Tony-winning composer Jason Robert Brown (The Bridges of Madison County) will compose original music.

Performances began August 26 in advance of a September 28 opening.

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