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You Can't Take It With You   

Lyceum Theatre, (11/23/1965 - 6/18/1966)
First Preview: Nov 18, 1965 Total Previews: 5
Opening Date: Nov 23, 1965    
Closing Date: Jun 18, 1966 Total Performances: 239

Category: Play, Comedy, Farce, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The home of Martin Vanderhof, New York. 1936.

Production Staff
Produced by The Phoenix Theatre (T. Edward Hambleton: Co-Founder and Managing Director; Norris Houghton: Co-Founder)
Originally produced by APA (Ellis Rabb, Artistic Director)
Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
Directed by Ellis Rabb
Scenic Design by James Tilton; New York Supervision by Norris Houghton; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Lighting Design by James Tilton; Assistant to Mr. Tilton: Paula Salamone; Assistant to Miss Potts: Victor Leverett and Ritchie Spencer
General Manager: Norman Kean; Assistant Gen. Mgr: Marilyn S. Miller
Production Stage Manager: Robert Moss; Stage Manager: Bruce A. Hoover and Sean Gillespie
Phoenix Theatre Publicity Director: Ben Kornzweig; Press Representative: Reginald Denenholz and Anne Woll; Assistant to Mr. Rabb: Jack O'Brien; Dance Coach: Thomas Pazik
Claribel Baird
Joseph Bird
Mr. DePinna
Patricia Conolly
Gay Wellington
Clayton Corzatte
Tony Kirby
Keene Curtis
Boris Kolenkhov
Chuck Daniel
Gordon Gould
Ed Carmichael
James Greene
Wilbur C. Henderson
Jennifer Harmon
Rosemary Harris
Alice Sycamore
Betty Miller
Mrs. Kirby
Donald Moffat
Martin Vanderhof
Robert Moss
George Pentecost
Nat Simmons
Dee Victor
Penelope Sycamore
Sydney Walker
Paul Sycamore
Paulette Waters
Richard Woods
Mr. Kirby
Understudies: Joseph Bird (Martin Vanderhof), Patricia Conolly (Essie, Olga), Chuck Daniel (Donald, Wilbur C. Henderson), Sean Gillespie (G-Man), Gordon Gould (Mr. Kirby), James Greene (Mr. DePinna, Paul Sycamore), Jennifer Harmon (Alice Sycamore), Cavada Humphrey (Mrs. Kirby, Penelope Sycamore), George Pentecost (Ed Carmichael, Tony Kirby, Wilbur C. Henderson) and Mira Waters (Gay Wellington, Rheba)
Tony Award®
1966 Best Direction of a Play [nominee]
Ellis Rabb