TWO NEW Dates Added for “Good People” in Bicentennial Park

Aug 18, 2020

Dates Added for Good People
The MAC Theater announces two new dates for its outdoor play, Good People, written by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by Jacob Sherburne. Last Sunday’s play was cancelled due to rain, so the MAC has added Friday, August 21 at 4pm and a second Saturday performance, a matinee, on Saturday, August 22 at 12pm.

Tickets are just $15 for this special event. Attendees should bring their own chairs and/or picnic blankets and should indicate the number of people in a party when registering for the event. No more than six people are allowed in a group. The MAC will space groups according to state safety guidelines. All attendees must follow best practice safety measures including mask-wearing and social distancing. Guests should wear masks when not seated and/or if adequate distance from others cannot be maintained. Guests should arrive no later than 3:45 to find their seats. NO ALCOHOL will be permitted during the event on town property.  Guests may bring their own refreshments, and there will be some sealed, pre-packaged items available on site. Call or email the Marion Art Center with questions. Tickets are limited for this production.

To purchase tickets, please visit our website HERE 

Synopsis: In South Boston, this month’s paycheck covers last month’s rent, and tough-scrabble single-mom Margie just got fired from another job. Encouraged by her merciless bingo sisters, she looks up her high school sweetheart to see if the dust has cleared, and she can make her escape. A hilarious Boston drama about the intersection of class, gender, and race in Southie and Chestnut Hill, by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire.

The cast includes John Emmett Pearson, Margo Wilson Ruggiero, Susan Sullivan, Paul Victor Walsh, and Mia Vaughn. The crew includes Kaylin Blaney as Stage Manager and Steve McManus as sound technician.

Summer Members’ Show
The Marion Art Center’s Summer Members' Show opens Friday, August 21. There will be no reception for the exhibit, but gallery hours can be found online HERE. Please contact the MAC to arrange a viewing appointment outside of regular gallery hours. The MAC will also make the show available on the website by early September. The show ends September 26. For questions, email or call 508-748-1266.