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Theatre & Film

David Lindsay-Abaire’s ‘Good People’ Closes The Alley Season

Lead cast members Elizabeth Bunch and Chris Hutchison talk about the play.


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The Alley Theatre closes its season on the Neuhaus Stage with David Lindsay-Abaire’s 2011 Tony-nominated play Good People, set in the rough and tumble world of South Boston.

Alley artistic director Gregory Boyd calls the play “funny, tough and surprising,” adding that it’s “a thoroughly compelling and engrossing story of class divide and power.” 

Good People is the Company’s final production before work starts on a $46.5 million renovation of the Alley.  The work begins in the middle of July and is scheduled to continue through August, 2015. While the renovations are underway, the Alley will move to the University of Houston’s Wortham Theatre located just off Cullen Boulevard on UH’s main campus inside the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts building which houses the UH School of Theatre & Dance.

Cast members Elizabeth Bunch and Chris Hutchison talk with Houston Public Media’s St.John Flynn about Good People.

Directed by associate artistic director, and company member, James Black, Good People plays on the Alley’s Neuhaus Stage through June 29, 2014.