David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People Tops TCG's 2012-13 List of Most Produced Plays; Clybourne Park Is Runner Up

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02 Oct 2012

Theatre Communications Group (TCG) has released the 2012-13 list of the Most Produced Plays by its member theatres nationwide. David Lindsay-Abaire tops the list with 17 scheduled productions of his Tony Award-nominated play Good People.

Other frontrunners include Bruce Norris' Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning Clybourne Park (15 scheduled productions), Matthew Lopez's Civil War drama The Whipping Man (14), the Brian Yorkey (book and lyrics) and Tom Kitt (music) Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Next to Normal (13), Katori Hall's Olivier Award-winning The Mountaintop (12) 
and John Logan's Tony-winning Red (11).

Other works on the list are Donald Margulies' Time Stands Still (10), Jon Robin Baitz's Other Desert Cities (10), Stephen Adly Guirgis' The Motherf**ker with the Hat, Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun (8), and the Alex Timbers (book) and Michael Friedman (music and lyrics) musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.

Lindsay-Abaire, whose other works include Rabbit Hole, High Fidelity and Shrek, also tops the 2012-13 list of Most-Produced Playwrights with 19 productions.

Other most-produced playwrights include Lopez (15), David Mamet (15), Margulies (15), Norris (15), August Wilson (14), Hall (13), Yorkey and Kitt (13), David Ives (11), Logan (11) and Ken Ludwig (11).

For more information, visit TCG.org.