Everyman Theatre's You Can't Take It With You, by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, plays now through June 17, 2012, at 1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md., offering performances Tuesday through Sunday, with selected Wednesday matinees. Watch a video trailer of the show below!
Meet the Sycamores – the delightfully eccentric family at the center of the action in the madcap comedy classic, You Can't Take It With You. They revel in day-to-day occurrences such as collecting snakes, making fireworks in the basement, and practicing ballet steps in the parlor. When their daughter Alice, decides to invite her conservative boyfriend's family to dinner, they promise to be on their best behavior. However... Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and adapted into an Academy Award winning film, this beloved comedy has been a perennial favorite to theatre-goers for more than 70 years.
Many members of Everyman's Resident Acting Company are featured in You Can't Take It With You, including: Megan Anderson, Clinton Brandhagen, Deborah Hazlett, Wil Love, Bruce Randolph Nelson, Carl Schurr, and Stan Weiman. The artistic team is also comprised of many of Everyman's Resident Designers, including Daniel Ettinger (set design), Jay Herzog (lighting design), David Burdick (costume design), Chas Marsh (sound design) and Lewis Shaw (fight choreographer).
The cast: Megan Anderson, Clinton Brandhagen, Chinai J. Hardy, Deborah Hazlett, Kyle A. Jackson, Michael Leicht, Brianna Letourneau, Wil Love, Bruce Randolph Nelson, Caitlin O'Connell, Jon Hudson Odom, Barbara Pinolini, Steve Sawicki and Matthew Schleigh.
Artistic team: Vincent Lancisi Director, Joseph Ritsch Asst. Director/Choreographer, Daniel Ettinger Set Design, Jay Herzog Lighting Design, David Burdick Costume Design, Chas Marsh Sound Design, Anne Nesmith Wig Design, Pam Weiner Props Master, Steve Satta Dialect Coach, Lewis Shaw Fight Choreographer, Naomi Greenberg-Slovin Dramaturg.
Everyman Theatre is a professional Equity theatre company celebrating the actor, with the resident company of artists from the Baltimore/DC area. The theatre is dedicated to engaging the audience through a shared experience between actor and audience seeking connection and emotional truth in performance. Everyman is dedicated to presenting high quality plays that are affordable and accessible to everyone.
For tickets, call the Everyman Theatre Box Office at 410-752-2208 or visit www.everymantheatre.org.