The Good People play took place in 2011, and it was by David Lindsay. It was one of the most premiere plays in the world at the time. Its production got two nominations in 2011 for Tony awards, which included best play and best actress. This response paper will focus on the play titled good people. The paper will have an explanation of my opinion about the acting, producing, directing, lighting and clothing. The characters of the play were Mike, Margie, Dottie, Jean, Stevie and Kate. Acting
The acting of the play was highly good, and one of the play’s characters Margie Walsh, who had been a resident of Southie for many years, was sacked from her position of employment due to tardiness. She had been a cashier at a dollar-store business. Margie went to her old friend with whom she schooled in high school who had become a doctor and sought for employment. She shamed her doctor friend by the name Mike for declining to invite her to his birthday. Margie was looking forward to the birthday party. This was because she wanted to capitalize on the party in order to mingle with the potential-employers. Producing
The play was produced on Broadway in 2011. It began by the Broadway previews at a theatre known as Samuel Friedman on 8th February, 2011 and opened its doors to the public on 3rd March the same year. Its productions were extremely superb, where Daniel Sullivan was the director. The stars were Tate Donovan and Frances McDormand. Donovan acted as Mike while McDormand as Margie. Some other members of the cast included Becky Baker who acted as Jean, Estelle Parsons acted as Dottie, Patrick Carroll acted as Stevie, Renee Goldsberry acted as Kate. The play had a highly resourceful and creative team that included John Beatty who provided set pieces, David Zinn who provided costumes and Pat Collins who provided lighting. There was a limited engagement that was concluded on the 29th May, 2011 after more than...
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