- Fridays, January 9 and 16, 8pm
- Saturdays, January 10 and 17, 8pm
- Sundays, January 11 and 18, 4pm
Director Jerry Bisantz is not hesitant to say: “this is the best new play I have read in the last 10 years by an American playwright.”
And we ask you to be Good People, too, and help us spread the word.
This is promising to be one of our best plays, in one of our best seasons, ever. We need people to come see it! Please help by forwarding and inviting your friends. They will thank you. We will thank you.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
“Good People” is the Tony Award-winning play that explores shifting loyalties and hopes in South Boston. Margie, struggling to raise her disabled daughter by herself, attempts to get help from an old Southie boyfriend who has “escaped” the neighborhood and “made good” as a respected physician, married to a refined woman of color, and now living in posh Chestnut Hill.
Surrounding Margie are colorful characters from her world of parish bingo games, bars, scratch tickets and welfare… a world that Margie could never escape.