Second Street Players 2024 presents...

You Can't
Take It With You

written by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman
directed by Doug James

Fridays, April 19 & 26 at 7:00p
Saturdays, April 20 & 27 at 7:00p
Sundays, April 21 & 28 at 2:00p

SSP's Riverfront Theater  /  2 S Walnut St  /  Milford DE
ABOUT THE SHOW...

The family of Martin Vanderhof lives “just around the corner from Columbia University — but don’t go looking for it.” Grandpa, as Martin is more commonly known, is the paterfamilias of a large and extended family of charming eccentrics. His granddaughter, Alice, is an attractive and loving girl who is still embarrassed by her family’s idiosyncrasies.

When Alice falls for her boss, Tony, a handsome scion of Wall Street, she fears that their two families – so unlike in manner, politics and finances – will never come together. But why be obsessed by money? After all, you can’t take it with you...

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You Can't Take It With You is produced through special arrangement with Concord Theatricals, New York, NY
THE CAST

Mrs. Kirby...   Sue Gerdes
Penny...   EJ Panico
Rheba...   Dulcena Kemmerlin
Donald...   Arthur Paul
Ed...   Frankie Valenti
Olga...   Dana Willens
Mr. De Pinna...   Francisco Brizuela
Gay...   Jill Lewandowski
Kholenkov...   Rick Parsons
Tony Kirby...   Derrick Kelley
Alice...   Emma Zimmerman
Essie...   Kori Lewandowski
Mr. Kirby...   John Hurley
Grandpa...   Dick Pack
Henderson...   Bob Barto
Paul...   Michael Sites
FBI agent...   Ed Guinan


THE PRODUCTION STAFF

Director...   Doug James
Producer...   Tracy Dissinger
Stage Managers... Alan Lane & Len Willens
Assistant Stage Manager...   Minor Hardin
Sound Tech...   Gabe Marine
Light Tech...   Rachel Loper
Props...   Janice Bouchard-Hall
Photographer...   Len Willens
Programs...   Steven Haber
Publicity...
SaraKate Hammer  •  Ann Nichols  •  Laura Howard
Choreography...   Julianna Markel



About the Show...
Second Street Players / Riverfront Theater / 2 South Walnut St. / Milford, DE 19963 / TIX: (800) 838-3006 / info@secondstreetplayers.com
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