Buffalo Theatre Ensemble Presents “Good People” by David Lindsay-Abaire

Playhouse Theatre | $35

Feb. 2-March 5 | Thursdays-Saturdays, 8p & Sundays, 3p

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The New York Post hails this play, set in an old South Boston neighborhood, as “poignant, brave and almost subversive in its focus on what it really means to be down on your luck.” Good People garnered the 2011 New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award and 2011 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Frances McDormand’s portrayal of Margie.

Contains adult themes and language.

Reviews (click quote to read full review)

Ron Reis of Buzz News Chicago commends BTE for its “…strong ensemble that exhibits a magical chemistry onstage.”

 David Lindsay-Abaire’s superb examination of class and self-preservation, shows us life on the verge of economic ruin. And in Buffalo Theatre Ensemble’s swift, solid revival of this ever-relevant 2011 play, director Connie Canaday Howard makes certain we don’t forget what that looks like.” –Barbara Vitello, Daily Herald

It is “… a well-plotted piece that seldom lets you see the twists coming…” –  Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune

WDCB’s Kelly Kleiman dubs Good People as HIGHLY RECOMMENDED in this episode of Dueling Critics. Check out her review here.

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Buffalo Theater Ensemble Cast:
Amelia Barrett as “Margie”
Bryan Burke as “Mike”
Raina Lynn as “Kate”
Annie Slivinski as “Dottie”
Benedict L. Slabick II as “Steve”
Kelli Walker as “Jean”

Diana Martinez with Amelia Barrett, Associate Artistic Director of Buffalo Theatre Ensemble

Behind the scenes of “Good People”