You Can't Take It With You

The Kentucky Cycle

Deep Down

Henry IV



Tony, the eldest son of millionaire Anthony P. Kirby, has fallen in love with Alice Vanderhof. She's a sweet working girl who lives with her eccentric family and a few extra misfits in a decaying old house. It's a building that just happens to stand in the way of Mr. Kirby's plans to construct an impressive office complex. But when Grandpa Vanderhof refuses to sell, it's clash of the cantankerous titans. Unfortunately, the fallout may send lovebirds Tony and Alice flying in different directions.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart provides a canvas for SMU's acting students to work with professional directors and designers.


You Can't Take It With You

Directed by John Hirsch & Brian Rintoul
Scenery by Robert Brill
Co-Designed with Keith Buresh

The Gathering
Alone At Last

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