“You Can’t Take It with You” Cast Brings Laughter to the La Salle Theater

Julia Tran, Staff Photographer

After months of preparation, the cast and crew of “You Can’t Take It with You” made their first debut on Nov. 8.

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  • Members of the cast got into costume for the first time on the first day of Tech Week, Oct. 28.

  • In the fall comedy, sophomore Shayden Lough plays The Grand Duchess, sophomore Brooklyn Chillemi plays Penny Sycamore, junior Peyton Jefferis plays Rheba, and sophomore Lucy Connell-Alpert plays an FBI agent.

  • On the first day of Dress Rehearsal Week, Nov. 4, junior Elvan Ngo does makeup for senior Alvina Hsiao who plays Gay Wellington in the fall comedy.

  • Sophomore Gracelyn Rael does senior Gabi Fontenette's makeup and hair for the first dress rehearsal of the week. Gabi plays Alice Sycamore in the show.

  • Mr. Anthony Kirby, played by junior Luke Thompson, is accompanied by his wife, Ms. Miriam Kirby, played by senior Alison Paguio.

  • Junior Grace Winningham plays Essie Carmichael in the fall play.

  • Cast members rehearse act one at the first dress rehearsal. Tony Kirby, shown seated, is played by senior Joe Koppy.

  • Cast members gather around the dinning table at the end of act one.

  • The fall comedy debuted on Friday, Nov. 8 at 7:00 pm in the La Salle auditorium.

  • Martin "Grandpa" Vanderhof, photographed at left, is played by senior Andrew Harder.

  • Junior Ronan Kelly, who plays Paul Sycamore in the fall comedy, receives roses from his grandma after his performance on opening night.

  • Sophomores Hannah Redrick, Brooklyn Chillemi, Emma Olson, and Shayden Lough pose after a show.

  • The cast and crew of the fall play gathered with friends and family after their performance on opening night.

  • Gabi Fontenette is surprised by La Salle Alumni Alex Ensroth '19 after the opening night performance.

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Join the cast and crew of “You Can’t Take It with You” for their remaining shows Nov. 15 and 16 at 7 pm and Nov. 10 and 17 at 2:30 pm.