Tate Donovan is returning to Broadway for the first time in over a decade, starring opposite Oscar winner Frances McDormand in the world premiere of GOOD PEOPLE.
The Damages star will play Mike, a past fling of MCDormand's character Marge, in the new David Lindsay-Abaire play, about the hopes and struggles of making it in America.
The production will be directed by Tony winner Daniel Sullivan.
Donovan last appeared on Broadway in the 1999 production of David Hare play Amy’s View, which co-starred Judi Dench and Samantha Bond.
Good People is scheduled to begin previews on 8 February (11) with opening night set for 3 March (11).