The newly formed parent group, Theater Boosters, founded last year by Alyson Bonavoglia, Dunkirk Road, was created to support Towson High School's theater faculty and students in spreading the word about their wonderful productions as well as raising funds to enhance the theater program. For example, coming up tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 20 to Saturday, Nov. 22, Towson High School will present"You Can't Take it With You," a comedy about the wacky Vanderhofs and their extended family, all living together in a large house in Manhattan in 1936. THS thespians have spent many after-school hours rehearsing, designing costumes and designing and building sets. In fact, rumor has it they rehearse for a minimum of two and a half hours a day, four days a week. The program is successful due in large part to Joe Kimball (theater teacher and director) and Bill Weber (teacher, technology director and stage crew manager). As it turns out, interest in theater runs in Alyson's family. Daughter, Ilona Bonavoglia, is the co-president of THS's Chapter of the International Thespian Society. If you're looking for a great date night idea that also supports a local school and the children in our community, this is a win-win-win.