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November 15, 2012

Play pays tribute to Southie folks

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Nutter said the work offers these arguments in a lighthearted but serious manner.

“It’s a little bit of everything,” she said. “There are moments that are really intense, and then sometimes we’re just surprised to see how many laughs there are. David (the playwright) understands the humor in tragedy.”

Nutter said the dry wit of those memorable Southie residents is evident throughout the play. As for bringing that wit to the Centaur stage, Nutter said she “feels like the luckiest actress in the world right now.”

Steven Howell is the author of Montreal Essential Guide, a Sutro Media iPhone travel app available at iTunes.com.

IF YOU GO WHAT: "Good People." WHEN: Through Dec. 9. Most performances are at 8 p.m., but some Wednesday and Sunday performances are at 1, 2 and 7 p.m. Check with box office for show times. WHERE: The Centaur Theatre is at 453 St. Francois Xavier St. in Old Montreal. ADMISSION: Adult tickets cost $47.50. Discounts are available for seniors, those 30 and younger, students and matinees. CONTACT: Call the box office at (514) 288-3161 or visit www.centaurtheatre.com.

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