"Enthralling, utterly gripping, remarkable" - Los Angeles Times
Margie has spent her whole life in South Boston and most of it down on her luck, but she's never had it this bad. A middle-aged single mother with a disabled adult daughter at home, she is unemployed, facing eviction and cut off from opportunity in her insular working-class neighborhood. Or is she?
When Margie discovers that a brief high school flame is now a successful doctor, she swallows her pride and seeks his help, sparking questions about class, commitment and what it means to be a "good person."
Don't miss this Broadway and national hit by Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist David Lindsay-Abaire.