James Earl Jones May Return to Broadway in
You Can't Take It With You
James Earl Jones
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Tony Award winner
James Earl Jones may return to Broadway this fall in a revival of the Kaufman and Hart comedy You Can't Take It With You, according to Showbizz411.
Michael Wilson ( ), who also directed Jones in the 2012 Broadway revival of Gore Vidal's The Trip to Bountiful The Best Man, will helm the production.
Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman comedy premiered on Broadway in 1936. Jones ( ) would play grandfather Martin Vanderhof. Driving Miss Daisy, Fences, The Great White Hope
The family comedy has been revived on Broadway four times. Its last Main Stem outing was a 1983 production at the Plymouth Theatre that starred
Colleen Dewhurst and Jason Robards, Jr.
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