You Can’t Tale it With You… Or Can You?

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The cast of Snow College's Fall play, performing at their highest degree of glory. Photo by Shay Duncan

The cast of Snow College’s Fall play, performing at their highest degree of glory. Photo by Shay Duncan

“You Can’t Take it With You”… packed with love and unlikely family dynamics,
was a fan favorite to start the season, and Snow College Theater did not
disappoint.

The story follows the Sycamores, a strange family with a wide variety of
interests, from play writing to firework creation, and the “normal” daughter who
falls in love with the boss’ son. In wanting to hide the family quirks from
Anthony’s parents, Penelope Sycamore insists that the two families never meet.

The boss’ son, Anthony Kirby Jr., feels otherwise. He thinks that the families
should meet and figure out how to get along, especially because Penelope and
Tony plan to get married.

When the two families meet, chaos ensues. From being creped out by the
lack of respect for personal space to a game that reveals more than it should,
the Kirby’s form the opinion that their son should not marry into this family. It is
then that the audience really understands just how different these two families
are.

Eventually, Grandpa Sycamore talks with Mr. Kirby and explains why he is the
way he is. Grandpa learned at a younger age that success in business isn’t all
there is to life, because in the end… You Can’t Take it With You.

When asked what he is looking forward to most about upcoming productions,
male romantic lead Sean Tasker said, “New directions and new styles of
production.”

If you missed “You Can’t Take it With You,” don’t worry. Here are all the
upcoming plays and dates:

•“The Railway Children” – November 13, 14, 15, 16, 2013

• “The Forgotten Carols” – December 5, 6, 7, 2013
• “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” – February 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, March
1, 2014
• “Blithe Spirit” – April 16, 17, 18, 19, 2014
• Let Them Improvise – November 1, 22, 2013

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