This edition: "Good People" and "Anything Goes"Tweet
Original tape date: April 1, 2011.
First aired: April 23, 2011.
Actor Tate Donovan and Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lindsay-Abaire discuss Abaire's new play “Good People”, now on Broadway. In it, Donovan plays an affluent doctor who has succeeded in turning his back on his working class roots in South Boston until he’s confronted with his past by a former classmate. Also on the program, writer Timothy Crouse, co-librettist of “Anything Goes”, explains why he and John Weidman updated the book for the splashy new revival of the 1934 musical classic by Cole Porter.
Timothy Crouse Writer/co-librettist, ANYTHING GOES
Tate Donovan Actor, GOOD PEOPLE
David Lindsay-Abaire Playwright, GOOD PEOPLE
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