BY KARLI KOMOTO
"First impressions are not easily forgotten. When opening the door on a chaotic household of fireworks, snakes and dancing, one may call a family’s sanity into question. This is an average night for the Sycamore family – but they were unprepared for the sudden interruption.
Opening on Friday in the Jan Popper Theater, the HOOLIGAN Theatre Company’s You Can’t Take It with You situates audience members in the midst of a comically uncomfortable meeting between the quirky Sycamore family and the conventional Kirby family. The play’s families are polar opposites, and to find inspiration for the characters, many HOOLIGAN actors channeled their personal experiences."
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HOOLIGAN Theatre Company will present “You Can’t Take It with You,” which uncovers the comically uncomfortable meeting between the quirky Sycamore family and the conventional Kirby family. Although the play was first performed in 1936, its message of familial relationships makes the story timeless and relatable. Katie Meyers / Daily Bruin
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