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Samuel J. Friedman (formerly Biltmore Theatre)

261 West 47th Street

2 Hours; One 15 Minute Intermission

March 3, 2011 (Closing May 9, 2011)

Broadway Play (Drama)

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Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright Brings New Play To Broadway!

Good People tickets are for sale now for all performances at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. The new Broadway play is written by American playwright and lyricist David Lindsay-Abaire. Lindsay-Abaire is no stranger to The Great White Way. Many may know his work "Rabbit Hole" which played the big stage in 2007. The work would go onto receiving the Pulitzer Prize for Drama as well as a few Tony Award nominations. Good People tickets officially began selling after the plays opening night on March 3, 2011. The production has been running in previews since February 9 and was originally scheduled to close on April 24. The well received play has recently been extended with a closing night set for May 8.

The work of Lindsay-Abaire sets out to explore a struggling section of Boston known as "Southie." A typical working class blue-color suffering middle American place in which jobs are difficult to come by and having enough to cover the bills is almost unheard of. The story centers around Margie Walsh played by Frances McDormand. Margie has just lost her job and is on the verge of being evicted. She becomes reunited an old flame that made it out of "Southie" and has become successful. Looking for a fresh start Margie begins trying to reunite the past fling and escape the woes of Southie herself but will the self made man of her past want to revisit the harsh realities of his past?

Lindsay-Abaire writing works to uncover the hardships of struggling America. The playwright's trademark humorous glow shines throughout the entire stage show. The work is a window into the existence of the "hand-to-mouth" working class and the struggles of those looking to escape it. The ever shifting loyalties, which are only evident because of the unshakable hopes of those pushing to move forward at any expense. Lindsay-Abaire's work also explores the divide between those who worked hard to escape and those who are still stuck in "Southie."

Good People tickets for Broadway will treat the viewer to a thought-provoking stage play filled with laughs. The great cast includes Oscar winning actress Frances McDormand as Maggie and TV regular Tate Donovan as Mike. Many of the wonderful laughs come from within the relationship of Maggie and her neighbors, particularly Oscar winner Estelle Parsons as Dottie. Director Daniel Sullivan does a marvelous job with the characters and feel of the production. Other creative credits include scenic design by John Lee Beatty, costume design by David Zinn, lighting design by Pat Collins and sound design by Jill BC DuBoff.

"Good People" is a great new play for Broadway this year. With a talented cast, thought-provoking which vie for the sympathy and hilarious script it will leave the audience in delightful spirits and well entertained. The Manhattan Theatre Club once again delivers an outstanding play to the stage of Broadway, one, which is sure to be noticed. Good People tickets are on sale now for the limited run at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre so make sure not to miss it!

Tickets Information

Good People tickets are selling at the box office for between $57.00 and $119.99. Premium seats and sold out shows are running between $102.00 and $457.00. You can view our great selection of Good People Tickets for Broadway online by clicking the link.

Show Times

Sat & Sun 2pm

Tue & Sat 7pm
Wed through Fri 8pm


Take the A, C ,E trains to 42nd Street & 8th Avenue.

Take the B, D, F, Q trains to 47-50 Streets & 6th Avenue.

Take the N, R, S, 1, 2, 3, 7, 9 trains to 42nd Street & Times Square.


Frances McDormand - Margie Walsh
Tate Donovan - Mike
Estelle Parsons - Dottie
Becky Ann Baker - Jean
Patrick Carroll - Stevie
Renée Elise Goldsberry - Kate


Directed - Daniel Sullivan
Written - David Lindsay-Abaire
Scenic design - John Lee Beatty
Costume design - David Zinn
Lighting design - Pat Collins
Sound design - Jill BC DuBoff

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