Past Meetup

"Good People" .... including special LAST CALL reception for only $25

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Details the wonderful play "Good People", audiences are captivated with lost love, relationships, and life's struggles while growing up ... including such universal and timeless questions, like EVER WONDER WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR OLD BOYFRIEND?

In "Good People", the distance between Boston’s Chestnut Hill and the Lower End is measured in more than miles. Mike and Margaret both grew up poor, but he made it out and became a doctor while she is stuck – a single mother who gets by on sarcasm and bingo games with her pals. When they meet again, an invitation leads Margaret to his luxurious home and into a turbulent conversation with Mike and his surprising wife. This tough and tender play looks at luck, choices, blame, pride, and what people will do to survive.

Check out the fantastic reviews for "Good People" which was written by acclaimed playwright David Lindsay-Abaire who you may recognize from his other plays such as "Wonder of the World", "Kimberly Akimbo", and "Rabbit Hole" which won a Pulitizer Prize in 2007

LAST CALL Reception
With relationships and life's struggles at the heart of the play "Good People", there will be a special LAST CALL package price of only $25 which includes a pre-show reception with beer tasting, snack pairings and a ticket to the show!

The beer sponsor will be Great Lakes Brewing Company while the treats will be provided by Cookies & Critters, Om Nom Bakery, Merante's and The Pretzel Shop.

To order your LAST CALL package deal, please contact Group Sales Manager, Katie Conaway, at[masked], ext.704

And just in case you can't attend on December 7, please consider attending one of the other performance dates before this wonderful play closes on December 9.

For more information on "Good People" please visit the Pittsburgh Public Theater website

Please note that "Good People" is intended for mature audiences (high school students and older)

The play has a RUN TIME of 2 hours and 15 minutes, with one intermission.

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