You Can’t Take It With You is one of the most popular jaw-breaking comedies in America. The comedy play is usually done with three acts portrayed by two of the funniest actors in the industry, Moss Hart and Kaufman. Originally, the play was formally formed back in the year 1936, which had played a total of 838 performances.
In over decades of performing on stage while drawing big smiles and crazy merriments to its audiences, the show had reached and performed several theaters, including the Booth Theater (1936), Imperial Theater (1938), Ambassador Theater (1938), Plymouth Theater (1983), Royale Theater (1983), Royal Exchange Theater Manchester (2011) and Longacre Theater (2014).
The “You Can’t Take It With You” had won several awards, including the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director during the show’s screen adaptation. Later in their early history, the comedy play had two versions, one from a Film adaptation and the other one from a Television adaptation.
It is a 20-piece comedy show, which features a number of great actors and actresses, including James Earl Jones as Martin Vanderhof (the lead character), Rose Byrne as Alice Sycamore, Kristien Nielsen as Penelope Sycamore, Annaleigh Ashford as Essuie Carmichael (Master of Sex, Kinky Boots), Elizabeth Ashley as The Grand Duchess Olga, Johanna Day as Mrs. Kirby, Marc Damon Johnson as Donald, Will Brill as Ed, Byron Jennings as Mr. Kirby, Fran Kranz as Tony Kirby, Crystal Dickinson as Rheba, Julie Halston as Gay Wellington, Mark Linn-Baker as Paul Sycamore, Patrick Kerr as Mr. De Pinna, Karl Kenzler as Henderson and the G-Men portrayed by Austin Durant, Nick Corley and Joe Tapper.
The whole show runs for about 2 hours and 15 minutes, it can be watched by ages 8 years old above. This is a show that suits an outrageously crazy moment with the whole family.