The David Lindsay-Abaire play Good People has been a Broadway sensation ever since its debut in 2011, and the play has
quickly become a theatrical must-see! Good
People tickets have been selling out, and that is no surprise, considering the critical reviews. At the 2011 Tony Awards,
Good People won for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play (Frances McDormand)
Good People is a David Lindsay-Abaire production that debuted on Broadway in 2011 with a cast starring Frances McDormand
and Tate Donovan. The show is all about a character named Margie Walsh living paycheck-to-paycheck in Boston's Southie neighborhood,
and it's a must-see for theatergoers tired of seeing all the regular Broadway shows.
Good People began playing at the Samuel
J. Friedman Theatre on Broadway after a March 2011 opening, prompting theatergoers to get tickets to upcoming show. The
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre is a part of the Manhattan Theatre Club. Prior to its current moniker, the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
was named the Biltmore Theatre.
Good People is selling out Broadway
tickets for performances in New York, making the show a hot commodity on the theatrical scene. This is one incredible
show about the perils of middle-class living, and you can soon be part of it all with tickets to a show. The best way to reserve
your spot at one of the shows is by visiting StubHub.