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Actor sees play as compelling look at income inequality

Curtain Call staging 'Good People'

From left, Colleen Lovett is Margie, Stacey Howland is Kate and Patrick White is Mike in Curtain Call Theatre's "Good People."
From left, Colleen Lovett is Margie, Stacey Howland is Kate and Patrick White is Mike in Curtain Call Theatre's "Good People."
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Patrick White has worked on enough stage productions to recognize a story that offers something new and unique. “Good People,” a 2011 play by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsey-Abaire opening Friday night at Curtain Call Theatre, is such a play. “I thought it was a really compelling piece that dealt with income inequality and a class divide that no one really deals with honestly,” said White, one of the Capital Region’s busiest actors. “No one ...


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