Kaufman and Hart's You Can't Take It With You Opens at Seattle Rep Dec. 3

News   Kaufman and Hart's You Can't Take It With You Opens at Seattle Rep Dec. 3
A host of Seattle veteran actors star in the Seattle Repertory Theatre production of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's You Can't Take It With You, which officially opens Dec. 3.

The classic family comedy is directed by former Intiman Theatre artistic director Warner Shook. Performances began Nov. 26 and will continue through Jan. 3, 2009, in Seattle Rep's Bagley Wright Theatre.

The cast features Anne Allgood (Penny), Ian Bell (Henderson/G-man #2), Mark Chamberlain (Mr. Kirby), Frank Corrado (Kolenkov), David Drummond (Head G-man), Curtis Eastwood (G-man #3), Bradford Farwell (Ed), Allen Galli (Mr. DePinna), Ben Hollandsworth (Tony), Elizabeth Huddle (Olga the Duchess), Elise Karolina Hunt (Alice), Suzy Hunt (Gay Wellington), Kimberly King (Mrs. Kirby), Cecil Luellen (Donald), Khatt Taylor (Rheba), Annette Toutonghi (Essie), Michael Winters (Grandpa) and R. Hamilton Wright (Paul Sycamore).

Press notes for You Can't Take It With You read: "Meet the Sycamore family, a zany bunch of free-spirited artists and oddball entrepreneurs. When daughter Alice announces her new boyfriend's rich, conservative parents are coming to dinner, Alice's family agrees to act 'normal.' But when the prospective in-laws show up on the wrong night...all bets are off."

The Seattle Rep design team includes Michael Ganio (set design), Frances Kenny (costume design), Mary Louise Geiger (lighting design), Michael Roth (music and musical direction) and Brendan Patrick Hogan (assistant sound design).

For tickets, priced $15-$59, phone (206) 443-2222, toll free at (877) 900-9285 or online at seattlerep.org. Seattle Repertory Theatre is located at 155 Mercer Street in Seattle, WA.


Founded in 1963, Seattle Repertory Theatre was awarded the 1990 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre. With an emphasis on entertaining plays of true dramatic and literary worth, Seattle Rep produces a subscription season of plays along with educational programs, new play workshops and special presentations.

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