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Sevastopol gets crazy for spring play

School puts on classic screwball comedy 'You Can't Take It With You'

4:54 PM, Mar. 4, 2014
Family patriarch Martin Vanderhof, played by Dylan Thornton, left, eyes Rheba the maid (Payton McDowell) and Russian ballet dancer Boris Kolenkhov (Dominic DiCarlo) in a scene from Sevastopol School's production of 'You Can't Take It With You.''
Family patriarch Martin Vanderhof, played by Dylan Thornton, left, eyes Rheba the maid (Payton McDowell) and Russian ballet dancer Boris Kolenkhov (Dominic DiCarlo) in a scene from Sevastopol School's production of 'You Can't Take It With You.''
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Sevastopol School reaches back for a crazy classic for its spring play, running for three shows Friday and Saturday.

"You Can't Take It With You" is a screwball comedy of apparently mismatched lovers and their families coming together. The original production opened at the Booth Theater in 1936 and played for 838 performances, winning the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for writers George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. It then was adapted into a movie starring James Stewart, Jean Arthur and Lionel Barrymore and won Academy Awards in 1938 for Best Picture and Frank Capra as Best Director.

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