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You Can't Take It With You

Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018
Time: 3:00 PM
Calendar3/24/2018 12:00:00 PM3/24/2018 12:00:00 PMAmerica/Los_AngelesYou Can't Take It With You At Baird Center5 Mead Street, South Orange, NJ Website: https://interactproductions.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=1065758FalseMM/DD/YYYY

Baird Center
5 Mead Street
South Orange, NJ Map & Directions

Phone: (973) 544-8489
Email: info@interactproductions.org
Website: http://www.interactproductions.org/yctiwy
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You Can't Take It With You

***PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ONLINE TICKET SALES END 2 HOURS PRIOR TO CURTAIN TIME. TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE BOX OFFICE IN PERSON ONE HOUR PRIOR TO CURTAIN TIME. HOWEVER, ALL TICKETS PURCHASED IN PERSON AT THE BOX OFFICE ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AND WILL BE $25 WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.

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by George S. Kaufmann and Moss Hart
Directed by Maren Sugarman
Stage Manager Felicity D. Selby
March 9-11, 16-18, 23&24, 2018

THE BAIRD ELEVATOR IS CURRENTLY OUT OF ORDER

The Baird Theatre on Three
5 Mead St South Orange, NJ, 07079
Tickets:
Online - Adults: $19 Students/Seniors: $16
At the Door - All: $25|
***PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ONLINE TICKET SALES END 2 HOURS PRIOR TO CURTAIN TIME. TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE BOX OFFICE IN PERSON ONE HOUR PRIOR TO CURTAIN TIME. HOWEVER, ALL TICKETS PURCHASED IN PERSON AT THE BOX OFFICE ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AND WILL BE $25 WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. TICKETS MAY NOT BE PURCHASED BY PHONE.

Starring: 
Jessica Albano
Lisa Barnett
Debbie Buchsbaum
Peter Curley
Vlada Duran
Alan Foster
Molly Gilman
Mari Hayes
Lawrence Kelly
Patrick Little
Alex Martynetz
Craig Mayer
Jerry Narciso
Chris Svetik
Rene Veloso
Alicia Whavers

About the Show:
Set in 1936, the play centers
on the home of Martin Vanderhof and his extended family – a brood that “goes on about the
business of living life in the fullest sense of the word.” The play opens with the every day
ordinary lives of the family: plays being written; candies being made; ballet performed to the
music of a xylophone; snakes being fed; fireworks going off in the basement; communist
propaganda being printed – the usual. Things start happening when Martin’s younger
granddaughter, Alice, announces the imminent arrival of Tony Kirby into their lives. Tony wants
to marry Alice, but she knows that her family is the antithesis of Tony’s family because he is the
son of her boss, the wealthy founder and owner of Kirby and Company. As preparations proceed
for the two families to meet, plans are thwarted as the Kirby’s arrive for dinner on the wrong
evening (accidently?). Proverbial hilarity ensues: hot dogs are sent for; dull honeymoons and sex
are discussed; a Russian ballet master wrestles Mr. Kirby to the floor – the usual. When all
seems hopeless, Government Agents show up and arrest everyone. In the end, it is not just Alice
and Tony’s love that wins the day. The true winners are the love of family, the love of friends,
and above all, the love of life. A happy ending brings the families together and even includes a
tax refund.


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