DAVID PATRICK STEARNS http://wrti.org en Good People At The Walnut Street Theatre: The Playwright's Story http://wrti.org/post/good-people-walnut-street-theatre-playwrights-story <p></p><p>David Lindsay-Abaire would seem to have a case of multiple creative personalities. The Pulitzer-winning playwright wrote the book and lyrics to <em>Shrek the Musical </em>and worked on the screenplay to <em>The Great and Powerful Oz.</em>&nbsp;</p><p>He’s now represented by a hugely different theatrical work at the <a href="http://www.walnutstreettheatre.org/season/good-people.php" target="_blank"><strong>Walnut Street Theatre, a play titled <em>Good People </em></strong></a>about hard-scrabble life and class struggle in South Boston, or “Southie.” The Philadelphia Inquirer’s David Patrick Stearns spoke to the playwright in his Brooklyn home and discovered that <em>Good People</em> is the real him.</p><p> Sun, 24 Mar 2013 23:43:10 +0000 David Patrick Stearns 5293 at http://wrti.org Good People At The Walnut Street Theatre: The Playwright's Story