(For older kids) The timeless American classic, To Kill a Mockingbird explores civil rights and racism in the segregated South of the 1930s. Seen through the eyes of 10 year old Scout Finch, the trial of a black man unjustly accused of rape plays out. Scout is an observant, quiet girl, who forms her own opinions about the heated court proceedings as her attorney father, Atticus, struggles to prove the innocence of the accused. The stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel is brought to life by skilled director Judy Braha.
Evening performances are Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm, October 6 through 24, and Saturday, October 27. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday at 2pm throughout the show. Special 10am matinees will take place Wednesday & Thursday October 11 through 19, Tuesday October 24 and Friday October 27.
Posted by Dee T.