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An Evening of Dinner and Theater at Arena Stage
Friday, February 8, 6:15 p.m.
Join Bradley Graham, co-owner of Politics & Prose, for a performance of David Lindsay-Abaire’s acclaimed Good People, hailed by the New York Times as “Very fine … one of the more subtly surprising treats of this theater season.” The price of $100 includes a reserved seat at Washington D.C.’s Arena Stage on Friday, February 8, 2013, and a three-course prix-fixe meal with the P&P group at the theater’s Catwalk Café.
Our group will meet at the Arena Stage concession stand at 6:15 p.m.
Located in the historic Southwest Waterfront District, the Arena Stage is a national center for the production, presentation, development and study of American theater, and is D.C.’s premier independent theater. The Arena Stage showcases the best in American work from around the country, and features the work of some of the most innovative and ground-breaking theater companies in the nation. The theater is accessible by the Waterfront Metro, and there is nearby parking.
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Written by David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Jackie Maxwell
Enter South Boston’s Lower End, where minimum wage is the maximum wage and hard work and sacrifice don’t ensure success. Facing eviction, single mother and mouthy “Southie” native Margaret Walsh reunites with an old flame who “made good,” hoping that his fortune can somehow improve her own. But not every man wants to relive his past, and with each surprising twist of their meeting they discover the dire costs the truth can hold.
From Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole) and named the Best Play by the New York Drama Critics’ Circle during its Broadway run, Good People is a “poignant, brave and almost subversive” (New York Post) drama about life in a broke and broken American town.
Promotional Period:Feb 8 2013