I was fortunate enough to be able to interview playwright David Lindsay-Abaire for Syracuse Stage’s production of Good People. The play is set in his native South Boston, and is about a single mother struggling to support herself and her special needs adult adaughter. Desperate, she reaches out to an old flame who is now a successful doctor, but as we all know, people are never where you left them. I spoke with David one Thursday morning while he was in his apartment in New York City. He has a great sense of humor and he is a generous interviewee. I really enjoy doing Q&As because I am curious by nature, and being able to ask anyone, anything, really appeals to me. The article is called “Going home to find Good People: David Lindsay-Abaire talks Southie, strong women and forays into naturalistic drama.” Read the full article here Good People interview with David Lindsay Abaire.
Q&A with David Lindsay-Abaire
- Post published:April 23, 2013
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