Morinville Community High School put on Kaufman and Hart’s 1936 play You Can’t Take It With You Wednesday night before an audience of about 150 parents, students and friends.
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Morinville – The Community Cultural Centre stage was full of high school actors Wednesday night, the culmination of many months work learning and perfecting George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s 1936 comedy You Can’t Take It With You. The two-hour production tells the story of a young man from a snobbish upper class family who marries a woman from an eccentric family. A total of 20 student actors took part in the production.
Below is a selection of photos from Wednesday night’s performance.
Penny Sycamore, played by Alyssa Short, works on her manuscript while her husband Paul, played by Mitchell Fraser reads.
An eccentric family meets with a visitor.
Mr. DePinna (Leith Hutton), Essie Sycamore (Liz Turner), and Ed Carmichael (Angus Aaron MacIntyre III) take a seat.
The young Mr. Kirby (Anthony Nault) is about to propose to Alice Sycamore (Jamie Marie Thorne).
Mrs. Sycamore works on a painting of Mr. DePinna.
The Kirby family comes for a visit. From left played by Joshua Dmytrow, Brianna Borgen, and Anthony Nault.