You Can’t Take It With You



Official Website

Tickets & Performance Schedule

About The Show

Written by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman
Directed by Scott Ellis
Location: The Longacre Theatre, 220 West 48th Street
Running Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes, incl. intermission
First Preview: August 26, 2014
Opening Night: September 28, 2014

Cast & Creative Team

Tamara Tunie
James Earl Jones (Grandpa Martin Vanderhof)
Anna Chlumsky (Alice Sycamore)
Elizabeth Ashley (Grand Duchess Olga Katrina)
Annaleigh Ashford (Essie Carmichael)
Johanna Day (Mrs. Kirby)
Byron Jennings (Mr. Kirby)
Fran Kranz (Tony Kirby)
Richard Thomas (Paul Sycamore)
Kristine Nielsen (Penelope Sycamore)
Reg Rogers (Boris Kolenkhov)
Will Brill (Ed Carmichael)
Nick Corley (G-Man)
Crystal A. Dickinson (Rheba)
Austin Durant (G-Man)
Karl Kenzler (Henderson)
Julie Halston (Gay Wellington)
Marc Damon Johnson (Donald)
Patrick Kerr (Mr. De Pinna)

Joe Tapper (G-Man)
Barrett Doss (Understudy)
Ned Noyes (Understudy)

Pippa Pearthree (Understudy)
Charles Turner (Understudy)

George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart (Authors)
Scott Ellis (Director) David Rockwell (Scenic Design)
Jane Greenwood (Costume Design)Donald Holder (Lighting Design)
Jon Weston (Sound Design) Tom Watson (Hair and Wig Design)
Jason Robert Brown (Original Music)

You Can’t Take It With You, one of the most popular comedies in America is back—with a hilarious ensemble cast ready to light up Broadway.

This Pulitzer Prize-winning, uproarious family affair is led by the legendary James Earl Jones, and features an outrageous cast of 20, including Anna Chlumsky ("Veep", My Girl), Tony Award® nominee Kristine Nielsen (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike), Tony Award® nominee Annaleigh Ashford (Kinky Boots, Masters of Sex) and Tony Award® winner Elizabeth Ashley.

Long before “Modern Family,” there was the Sycamore family. Now in previews at the Longacre Theatre, you can join this madcap clan as they live, love and laugh in an evening sure to end up with fireworks. Don’t let them light the fuse without you!

Awards & Nominations


TONY AWARD
Best Revival of a Play
*WINNER – Annaleigh Ashford, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play
David Rockwell, Best Scenic Design a Play
Jane Greenwood, Costume Design of a Play
Scott Ellis, Best Direction of a Play

DRAMA DESK

*WINNER – Annaleigh Ashford, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play

Julie Halston, OutstandingFeatured Actress in a Play

DRAMA LEAGUE
*WINNER – Outstanding Revival of a Play

OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE
*WINNER – Outstanding Revival of a Play

Scott Ellis, Outstanding Director of Play
*WINNER – Annaleigh Ashford, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
Julie Halston, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play

PRODUCTION PHOTOS
SEND PRESS REQUEST