Get ready for an evening of laughs with the White Pine Players production of “You Can’t Take It With You.”  Actors have been developing characters and learning lines, techies have been building and painting sets to present this delightful 1940’s comedy.  The play opens on Friday, February 26 and continues February 27 & 29 and on March 4 and 5.   Evening performances will begin at 7:00 PM and matinee performances (on both Saturdays) will be at 1:00 PM. Tickets may be purchased at Economy Drug, from cast and crew and at the door.  Reserve tickets (sold at Economy only) are all $10.  General Seating tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for high school and middle school students and $5 for children.  A Family Ticket will be available at $25 for matinee and Monday evening show only.

The story is about the eccentric Sycamore family, who each enjoy life in their own way:  making fireworks, ballet, printing flyers, writing plays, attending college commencements.  Grandpa is the glue that holds the family together with his common sense and easy-going style. But the family has a “normal” daughter who works in the world of big business.  Chaos ensues when her fiancée, the son of her boss, and his parents show up for dinner on the wrong night.  Will true love conquer all?  Will cooler heads prevail?  Find out at the classic comedy “You Can’t Take It With You.”