Starlight Community Theater Highlights the Importance of Living Life to the Fullest with, "You Can't Take It with You"

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In this hilarious comedy, we follow the Sycamores, a family that happily lives zany lives and have for many years. However, when young Alice Sycamore becomes engaged to young Tony Kirby, the Sycamore clan must straighten up to meet their new in-laws.

Starlight Community Theater (SCT) will be presenting You Can’t Take It with You for eight (8) performances beginning October 13 and running through October 22. This production will mark the third show of SCT’s 2017-2018 season.

In this hilarious comedy, we follow the Sycamores, a family that happily lives zany lives and have for many years. However, when young Alice Sycamore becomes engaged to young Tony Kirby, the Sycamore clan must straighten up to meet their new in-laws.

When the Kirby family arrives at their home, comical disaster ensues and despite best laid plans, they see the Sycamore family in all of its maniacal glory. As the Kirby's meet their newest in-laws, will they be able to accept them?

“You Can’t Take It With You is a show that highlights living your life to the fullest,” said Van Rockwell, Director of You Can’t Take It With You, “The Cast and Crew at Starlight Community Theater have been hard at work to create a show that showcases the importance of this message.”

Written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, You Can’t Take It with You premiered on Broadway in 1936 and played for 838 performances. The play won the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and was adapted as a box office movie in 1938, which won an Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director.

For more information about You Can’t Take It with You or Starlight Community Theater, please visit starlightcommunitytheater.com

PRESS/OPENING NIGHT:
Friday, October 13 at 7 p.m.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:
Friday (10/13/17, 10/20/17) & Saturday (10/14/17, 10/21/17) at 7 p.m.
Saturday (10/14/17, 10/21/17) & Sunday (10/22/17) at 2 p.m.

WHERE:
1611 W Whispering Wind Dr. Suite 9, Phoenix, AZ 85085

TICKETS:
$15 at admission.

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