Tate Donovan has joined the cast of Broadway play “Good People,” appearing opposite Frances McDormand.
Donovan (“Damages”) stars as the old flame on whom McDormand’s character, a South Boston woman, pins her hopes of turning her life around.
“People” is the latest from David Lindsay-Abaire, who score the Pulitzer for “Rabbit Hole,” a play in which Donovan starred at the Geffen Playhouse. Broadway credits include “Amy’s View” and “Picnic,” both in the 1990s.
The Manhattan Theater Club production of “Good People,” helmed by Daniel Sullivan, begins preview Feb. 8 ahead of a March 3 opening at the Friedman Theater.