Performances Start Tonight
Tate Donovan, cred: C. Lauren, WireImage.com
Good People, the first Broadway show to start performances in 2011 will celebrate the first night of previews tonight at the Samual J. Friedman Theatre (261 West 47th Street). This world premiere of Manhattan Theatre Club’s new play by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire marks the start of the Spring 2011 Broadway season, and that couldn’t come sooner!
Directed by Tony Award Winner Daniel Sullivan, the production stars Frances McDormand and Tate Donovan. Set in a Boston neighborhood, “Good People” centers on the character Margie Walsh. Down and out on her luck, just having lost her job and facing eviction, Margie decides to take a desperate turn to an old fling, one of the few who managed to make it out, to ask for help. Yet this self-made man may not be ready to deal with Margie and her constant reminder of his humble past.
The production also features Estelle Parsons, Becky Ann Baker, Patrick Carroll and Renee Elise Goldsberry.
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