You Can’t Take It with You

Review of Charleston Stage Company’s Production of the Kaufman and Hart Classic

Archives 1999.

Loves me some Kaufman and Hart. Shouldn’t be surprising to anyone that Kaufman worked with the Marx Brothers. And this play? — They had me at “whacky loveable anarchist grandpa.” I can’t think of another play that has that. And so — to all our quirky families everywhere — CSC’s April 7, 1999, review. …. (Holy crap, this thing is almost exactly 23 years old!! …. We’re all doomed….)

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You Can’t Take It with You

Born Yesterday, Charleston Stage Company Review

Archives 1998

I’m gonna start popping out the theater reviews I did, now, along with the music. Here’s a review of Charleston Stage Company’s “Born Yesterday”, by Garson Kanin. The piece itself is dated, but still fun. This review itself is dated, but brings back nice memories of Charleston’s thriving local theater scene. September 16, 1998.

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Born Yesterday, Charleston Stage Company Review