September 28, 2012

What Audiences Are Saying About GOOD PEOPLE

Have you seen Good People? Please share your comments with us.

  • What was your experience like seeing Good People in Boston? Did the characters and setting feel familiar to you? How did that affect your enjoyment of the production? 
  • Who do you think are the "good people" in this play?
  • Did you attend a post-show conversation? What comments surprised you or made you think differently about the play? Would you attend a post-show conversation again? What were you thinking about on the way home from the theatre?

The Huntington Theatre Company's production of Good People plays through October 14, 2012 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. Get tickets and information or call our Box Office at 617 266-0800.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As someone who has known Southie for decades, I was thrilled by Lindsay-Adaire's portrayal of Southie women: how quick-witted, resilient, ferociously loyal to family, proud, no-nonsense, and "smaht" they can be. These qualities are called on all too often because these women have known more than their fair share of adversity. The play poignantly captures the fallout caused by our class-based society. It's lessons are completely authentic to Southie, but the themes apply equally to people who are struggling with poverty everywhere. A brilliant play, expertly performed. Thank you Huntington!

-Jill Schiff, via email