Welcome

Welcome to our production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Tony-Nominated play “Good People” at The Hudson Guild Theatre in Hollywood!

We open on Friday, April 29th and run through June 5th, 2016 with shows on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 pm and Sundays at 3 pm.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here.

Directed by Christine Dunford, the cast features Shayne Anderson, Kia Hellman, Laura House, Marsha Morgan, Tyler Meridith and Keiana Richard.

Reviews are in! Here’s what’s being said about our production of “Good People”:

“…director Christine Dunford oversees a quality ensemble in an excellent play that’s worth checking out.” – LA WEEKLY

“There is no question but that “Good People” is one of those all too rare independent small theatrical productions that has outstanding merit and deserves wide spread attention…All in all this is as close as it gets to a true must see show.” – EXAMINER

“…David Lindsay-Abaire’s smart, insightful Good People…a fantastic production at LA’s Hudson Theatres.” – ONSTAGE

“KUDOS to all involved with the “magic” of this entire production. I loved it! – TOLUCAN TIMES

“I loved this production. Simply staged, touchingly performed and achingly real. Christine Dunford has taken what could well become a classic of the American stage and a group of truly astonishing actors and produced something profound, heartbreaking and beautiful…This production of “Good People” is utterly brilliant and a shining example of just how truly wonderful LA small theatre can be.” – NOHO ARTS DISTRICT

“With complex emotions and bitter humor, Christine Dunford directs a production without a hitch…” – DISCOVER HOLLYWOOD

Here are links to the reviews:

Deborah Klugman from LA Weekly

Ron Irwin from the Examiner

Pat Taylor from The Tolucan Times

Erin Conley from OnStage Blog

Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros from NoHo Arts District

Rachel Flanagan from DiscoverHollywood

About the play:

With his signature humor, Lindsay-Abaire explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakeable hopes that come with having next to nothing in America. Set in Boston’s Southie neighborhood, where a night on the town means a few rounds of bingo, where this month’s paycheck covers last month’s bills, we meet Margaret Walsh, who is facing eviction and scrambling to catch a break. When a friend from the old neighborhood, who is now very successful, moves back to town, Margaret hopes he may be the ticket to turning her life around.

The Hudson Guild Theatre is located at 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038

There is parking for $7 in the lot next to the theatre.

The show runs for approximately 2 hours, with a 10 minute intermission.

Our Opening Night Audience has the opportunity to join us for our Opening Night Party after the performance and enjoy incredible food from Sadie Kitchen and Lounge!

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