Running through May 15th: Center Stage Biloxi presents “You Can’t Take It With You”

Center Stage Production

BILOXI, Miss. (GULF COAST WEEKEND) - Join us at Center Stage Biloxi for a fun family night or date night! Their newest performance is called ‘You Can’t Take It With You.’ It follows Alice in this idealistic comedy that reinforces the idea that you can only live life to the fullest by doing whatever makes you happy.

Alice loves her eccentric family, but what if her fiancé's straight-laced parents don’t feel the same way? Brimming with colorful characters, this Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy with heart brings people together in a madcap classic that ignites fireworks of laughter!

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David Baldenecker – Blake Blasco – Tyrone Bowers – Boyce Deaton Kitty Deitrick – Hannah Dougharty – Phyllis Durr – Jim Hall Irv Hansen – Calvin Ishee – Glenda O’Neal – Michael O’Neill Rachel Payne – Lana Price – Ein Roberts – Marley Roberts David Slatten – Walter C. Vick – Faith Webster

Center Stage Theatre was born in 1975 in a small converted auto-body shop off Cowan Road in Gulfport, MS. Once the debut performance of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof began, Gulf Coast theatre was never the same again. Although a new theatre was built in 1989 with community support, the goal of our humble theater remains the same today – to provide quality entertainment to residents of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. To fill the seats with laughter or perhaps even tears, but to always provide a wonderful escape with a quality production. 2015 marked the 40th anniversary and it has been a Center Stage Theatre priority during that time to keep the arts alive on the Gulf Coast. The “do-good” attitude of Center Stage Theatre and the board who runs it is exemplified by numerous acts of kindnesses over the years – ranging from inviting senior citizens to attend dress rehearsal to see a musical or play at no cost, to ensuring a wholesome environment for aspiring youth actors to hone their craft.

Center Stage relies on the community and grant programs to remain an open part of the community.

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