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Get a glimpse of scenes from the Huntington's production of Good People, featuring Johanna Day, Nick Westrate, Michael Laurence, Karen MacDonald, Nancy E. Carroll, and Rachael Holmes.
Hear what audiences are saying about David Lindsay-Abaire's compelling Southie story Good People at the Huntington.
Following in the longstanding tradition of British plays about class, David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People is the rare American play that explores issues of class in the United States. Director Kate Whoriskey and cast members Johanna Day, Michael Laurence, Nancy E. Carroll, and Karen MacDonald discuss this incredibly topical play.
In David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People, the city of Boston is a character in and of itself, one that is central to the heart of the play. Learn more about the experiences and pressure of producing such a Boston-centric work in the city on which it was based in these exclusive interviews with Director Kate Whoriskey, an Acton native, and members of the cast, includingMichael Laurence, Johanna Day, and Boston natives (and local favorites) Nancy E. Carroll and Karen MacDonald.
Experience the journey from South Boston to Chestnut Hill as seen through the eyes of Margie Walsh (Johanna Day) in Good People.
Explore the streets of South Boston and the homes of Chestnut Hill in this Design Presentation by Good People Scenic Designer Alexander Dodge and director Kate Whoriskey.
Come behind the scenes of the first rehearsal of Good People at the Huntington and hear opening remarks from Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois and director Kate Whoriskey.
Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois discusses David Lindsay-Abaire's compelling Southie story Good People.
From Playbill.com: Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire took the threads of his working-class South Boston roots and spun them into Good People, Tony-nominated as Best Play.
An exclusive, in-depth interview from WBUR 90.9 Radio Boston with Good People playwright David Lindsay-Abaire on his career and his South Boston roots.
Johanna Day (Margaret), Karen MacDonald (Jean), and Nancy Carroll (Dottie) explore the streets of South Boston where Good People is set.
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