STAGE PORTRAIT: Good People's Becky Ann Baker, Frances McDormand and Estelle Parsons

Special Features   STAGE PORTRAIT: Good People's Becky Ann Baker, Frances McDormand and Estelle Parsons
Acclaimed illustrator Ken Fallin's drawings of the greatest stars and scenes of the theatrical world are a recurring part of

This week Fallin captures Becky Ann Baker, Frances McDormand and Estelle Parsons, who co-star in Good People, David Lindsay-Abaire's humor-laced drama about a paycheck-to-paycheck single mom reaching out to an old flame, who is now a success, which officially opened on Broadway March 3 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.

Lindsay-Abaire, a Pulitzer Prize winner for Rabbit Hole, reunites with Tony Award-winning director Daniel Sullivan for the story that's set in working-class South Boston, called "Southie" by the locals, where the playwright grew up. The Manhattan Theatre Club production began performances Feb. 8.






















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Ken Fallin began his career as an illustrator by lovingly mimicking the style of the late, legendary Al Hirschfeld for the poster art for Forbidden Broadway. Since that time he has been a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal as well as The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Hollywood Reporter, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune and The New Yorker.

His work has illustrated major ad campaigns for American Express, Showtime and Belvedere Vodka. Most recently, he was nominated for a 2010 Emmy for his animated commercial for CNBC.

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