As the latest work by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, Good People centers on the Boston neighborhood, Southie, where protagonist Margie Walsh has just been fired from her dead-end job. Facing eviction, Margie decides to pursue Mikey, a successful self-made man who left town years ago. The play, which premiered on Broadway at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in March 2011, was directed by Daniel J. Sullivan and starred actors Frances McDormand as Margie, Tate Donovan as Mikey, Becky Ann Baker as Jean, Patrick Carroll as Stevie, Estelle Parsons as Dottie, and Ren?e Elise Goldsberry as Kate. The show, which recently announced that it has extended it's run until May 2011, is one of Broadway's hottest tickets. Audiences seek Good People tickets for a funny, insightful night in the theater.