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Good People Tickets

Good People tickets

Good People Tickets

David Lindsay-Abaire penned the play Good People in the late 2000s, with the production first staged by the Manhattan Theatre Club. Good People premiered at Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in early 2011 and has been a smash hit ever since, selling out Broadway tickets for performances. Good People also earned accolades, like Frances McDormand winning Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play at the 2011 Tony Awards.

Good People

David Lindsay-Abaire penned the play Good People in the late 2000s, with the production first staged by the Manhattan Theatre Club. The story is about a down-on-her luck woman from the Southie neighborhood of Boston who seeks help from an old boyfriend. Good People premiered at Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in early 2011 and has been a smash hit ever since, selling out Good People New York tickets for performances.

Good People Schedule

The David Lindsay-Abaire play Good People began its first round of performances on Broadway on Feb. 8, 2011, with its official Broadway opening date on March 3, 2011. The production about the Southie Boston neighborhood and main character Margie Walsh's hardships has been heating up the theatrical circuit ever since its inception, making tickets hot items on the market for current performances.

Good People Tour Dates

Anyone looking for theater tickets to upcoming Broadway performances should look into Good People, the latest Broadway hit by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire. Good People has been a smash hit ever since its inception on the big stage, and theatergoers can soon catch upcoming performances of the play in New York and beyond by getting tickets at StubHub!

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