What Audiences Should Know
You Can't Take It With You
Recommended for ages 10 and up. As a courtesy to our guests, children under the age of 5 will not be admitted.
Act I: 67 minutes.
Intermission: 15 minutes.
Act II: 54 minutes.
There is almost no obscene or offensive language in the show – see the list below for details.
D*mn: spoken once
J*sus: spoken once
There are no instances of physical violence between characters onstage. However, there is the use of pyrotechnics and fireworks in the production.
Sexual references are limited to a handful of references and innuendos that were used in the 1930's. Multiple characters discuss the topic of sex, as well as a reference to a brothel. There are two kisses seen onstage.
Drinking, Drugs, and Smoking
No drugs or alcohol are visibly consumed onstage. There is, however, an obviously drunk house guest appears during the second act.
Families Can Talk About...
You Can't Take It With You provides a good opportunity to stress the importance of friends and family, and of pursuing one's own professional goals.