You Can’t Take It With You

We are pleased to announce that our next theater production will be Kaufman & Moss’s “You Can’t Take It With You.” This hilarious play was produced in Hollywood in 1938 with stars Lionel Barrymore, James Stewart and Jean Arthur. Gather a few friends for an evening of laughs and good, clean fun.

Performances will be in White Auditorium:

·         Friday, Feb 10, at 8:00 pm

·         Saturday, Feb 11, at 3:00 and 8:00 pm

·         Sunday, Feb 12, at 3:00 pm

Admission is $5 for students and SAU staff and $8 general admission.

Step into the Sycamore home and you’re bound to run into some craziness.  There’s Penny, the slightly inappropriate playwriting mother; Paul, the eccentric firework creating father; Essie, the baking ballerina sister; Ed, the xylophone composer and printer married to Essie; Grandpa, the patriarch who enjoys taking care of his snakes, collecting stamps, dart throwing and going to commencements; and Rheba, their maid, is there to clean up after all of them, including all of the guests this home is visited by on a daily basis.  And then there’s Alice, the youngest daughter who has fallen in love with someone who may oppose the way this family carries on with their day-to-day lives.  With all of these characters, something is bound to happen.  Come watch this slightly romantic, incredibly comedic telling of what is truly important in life in George Kaufman and Moss Hart’s You Can’t Take It With You.  And perhaps you’ll find some of that craziness is contagious.

Please call the box office at 750-6500 for reservations.