Ramsey High School Theater Presents…

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Presented by Ramsey High School
November 17 – 19 at 7:30PM
Ramsey High School theater department will present George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s Depression-era Pulitzer Prize winning comedy “You Can’t Take It With You.”  The eccentric Sycamore family seem crazy for pursuing activities that they love – making fireworks, dancing, writing bad plays, and playing the xylophone rather than working.  But are they crazy for choosing happiness over wealth?  The 1938 film version of this play was nominated for seven Academy Awards.

Ramsey High School, Tickets: $12.00 general, $10.00 for students and senior citizens
256 E Main St, Ramsey, New Jersey 07446.

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