You Can’t Take It with You,by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
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Winner of the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, You Can’t Take it with You is one of the finest entries by comic duo Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman (who also wrote the very popular The Man of Who Came to Dinner). It’s about the Sycamores, a wild family filled with idiosyncrasies and oddball ambitions. This family is made larger (and stranger) by their perennial visitors, such as a Grandfather who refuses to pay the income tax, the nutty Mr. Depenna, the boisterous Russian dance instructor Boris Kolenkhov, and the alcoholic actress Gay Wellington.
When Alice Sycamore (the most “normal” of the family) becomes engaged to Tony Kirby, she becomes ashamed of her family’s oddities, and tries to prepare them for a meeting with Tony’s regal parents, who couldn’t be more “prim and proper.” To Alice’s shock, Tony brings his parents a night earlier than Alice anticipated, clashing the Kirby’s with a full, unadulterated presentation of the Sycamore’s madness!
Ultimately, this play is about the value of family. As the title suggests, you can’t take anything with you after this life, so you must honor what’s truly important. Even though Alice is ashamed of her friends and relatives, she learns that they love her dearly and life without them (and their odd behaviors) would be meaningless.
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