Good People Broadway Show
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The Manhattan Theatre Club presents this world premiere of a new work by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire. A Pulitzer Prize winner for his Broadway drama Rabbit Hole (now a film starring Nicole Kidman), Lindsay-Abaire has also penned the hilarious and poignant plays Kimberly Akimbo, Fuddy Meers, and Wonder of the World, as well as the book to Shrek the Musical. Good People, his latest show, takes place in a working-class Boston neighborhood.
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An old boyfriend may be Margie Walsh's ticket out of her working-class Boston neighborhood of Southie - unless he ends up rejecting both her and his own roots.
Becky Ann Baker
Renée Elise Goldsberry
Daniel Sullivan (Direction)
John Lee Beatty (Scenic Design)
David Zinn (Costume Design)
Pat Collins (Lighting Design)
Jill BC DuBoff (Sound Design)
David Lindsay-Abaire (Book)
Summary A former boyfriend may be Margie's ticket out of Southie, her working-class Boston neighborhood - unless he ends up rejecting her and his roots.
Age May be inappropriate for 12 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People doesn't demonstrate the inspired lunacy of his early plays or the naturalistic tragedy of his most recent Broadway play Rabbit Hole, but it is another strong work by a playwright who has consistently shown an ability to write realistic and flawed characters worth caring about. In this case it is Margie (Frances McDormand) and Mike (Tate Donovan), old friends who grew up in a tough Boston 'hood before taking very different paths. When the recently-fired Margie goes to successful doctor Mike looking for a job, the resulting tension eventually explodes, leading to eye-opening revelations about their past.