Redwood Curtain revisits the right people this Sunday


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  • Photo by Evan Wish Photography
  • (Left to right) Kenya Uhuru, Peggy Metzger, Craig Benson.

Redwood curtain theater continues his Zoom performances live from previous pieces with one of his best commented and most memorable productions, that of David Lindsay-Abaire Good people, this Sunday, June 20 at 6:00 p.m. (donation of $ 5 per guest).

Originally presented in 2017 at the Redwood Curtain Theater, Good people – nominated for the 2011 Tony Award for Best Play and Best Leading Actress in a Play (with Frances McDormand winning the latter) – is a play about a South Boston neighborhood that came out and didn’t made ; the implications of what that means and the moral dilemmas the characters face as a result of it. For this one-night-only performance, director Cassandra Hesseltine returns to helm the original cast: Redwood Curtain co-founder Peggy Metzger as Margie Walsh, Redwood veterans Curtain Craig Benson, Pamela Long and Susan Abbey – with Kenya Uhuru and Matthew Atkins completes the highly skilled cast.

If you’re curious about how live theater translates to Zoom, you’ll probably be surprised. Step-by-step zoom readings can be more immersive and engaging than you think. The intimate setting allows for a deeper digestion of the dialogue that might otherwise be softened by the multisensory impact of the larger ensemble, props, and in-person vibe of a theater. And with lyrics by a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and a cast like it, it’s a Zoom theater experience you can’t miss.

To learn more about the game, read the Newspaperreviewing the original production of Redwood Curtain here.

To register for the Zoom link for Sunday’s performance, visit Please be informed Good people contains strong language.


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