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Good People – Bailey Studio – Nanaimo
May 5 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
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Nanaimo Theatre Group presents “Good People” at Bailey Studio
April 18 to May 5, 2018, Wednesdays to Sundays @ 8:00 pm (Sunday matinees @ 2:00 pm)
Where we come from, where we’re going, and the choices we make, or don’t make, along the way. These are the themes underpinning the blunt, yet touching, story of Margie Walsh and her Southie life in David Lindsay-Abair’s award winning play Good People. With humour and true to life language, Lindsay-Abair has created characters who draw us in from the opening scene and hold us through the unresolved but hopeful ending. We follow Margie as she desperately grasps at threads in her attempt to find employment. Is it luck or is it simply our destiny that determines where we end up in the social strata? Can anyone really do it alone? And can we still be “good people” as we climb? Thought provoking, hilarious at times, and poignant, Good People promises to bring up moments of reflection and challenges the idea of luck vs hard work in our quest to get ahead.
Nanaimo Theatre Group opens this show at the Bailey Studio, 2373 Rosstown Road, on Wednesday, April 18 at 8 PM. The show continues Wednesdays to Sundays until May 5th. Sunday matinees are at 2 PM. All tickets are $20 and can be booked at nanaimotheatregroup.ca or by calling 250-758-7224. This play will also open the North Island Zone Festival on May 19th at the Bailey Studio. Warning: language may be offensive to some.