A new American play is always welcome on Broadway, and David Lindsay-Abaire has written a better-than-good one called Good People. With a cast led by Frances McDormand and Tate Donovan, the comedy centers on a group of South Boston natives, including middle-aged women living on the edge and a man who made it out of the neighborhood by becoming a doctor. On March 3, Manhattan Theatre Club’s production opened at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, with a party afterward at B.B. King’s. Broadway.com's Kathy Henderson spoke with first-nighters and the talented company (minus always press-shy McDormand!) to find out the scoop of these Good People.