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You Can't Take It With You   

Plymouth Theatre, (4/04/1983 - 12/10/1983)
Royale Theatre, (12/13/1983 - 1/01/1984)
First Preview: Mar 30, 1983 Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: Apr 04, 1983    
Closing Date: Jan 01, 1984 Total Performances: 312

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

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Ken Marsolais, Karl Allison and Bryan Bantry; Produced in cooperation with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Originally produced by Paper Mill Playhouse (Angelo Del Rossi, Executive Producer)
Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
Directed by Ellis Rabb; Musical staging by Reed Jones
Scenic Design by James Tilton; Lighting Design by James Tilton; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Wig Design by Paul Huntley
General Manager: The Kingwill Office; Assistant to the General Manager: Susan Sampliner
Production Stage Manager: Mitchell Erickson; Stage Manager: John Handy; Assistant Stage Mgr: William Castleman
Press Representative: Henry Luhrman Associates; Advertising: Attisano Levine, Inc.
James Coco
Boris Kolenkhov
Colleen Dewhurst
Jason Robards
Martin Vanderhof
(Mar 30, 1983 - Aug 21, 1983)
Elizabeth Wilson
Penelope Sycamore
Maureen Anderman
Alice Sycamore
Carol Androsky
William Castleman
Jack Dodson
Paul Sycamore
Alice Drummond
Gay Wellington
Wayne Elbert
Christopher Foster
Ed Carmichael
Arthur French
Page Johnson
Rosetta LeNoire
Bill McCutcheon
Mr. DePinna
Meg Mundy
Mrs. Kirby
Orrin Reiley
Wilbur C. Henderson
Nicolas Surovy
Tony Kirby
Richard Woods
Mr. Kirby
Understudies: William Cain (Martin Vanderhof, Mr. Kirby, Paul Sycamore), William Castleman (G-Man), Wayne Elbert (Donald), Frances Helm (Gay Wellington, Mrs. Kirby, Olga, Penelope Sycamore), Page Johnson (Boris Kolenkhov, Mr. DePinna, Wilbur C. Henderson), Rosemary Loar (Alice Sycamore, Essie), Orrin Reiley (Ed Carmichael, Tony Kirby) and Alyce Webb (Rheba)
Drama Desk Award
1983 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play [nominee]
Maureen Anderman