New York City
Based on the novel by Nell Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird is a coming-of-age story about innocence and injustice, friendship and intolerance, good and evil in the Deep South. The story replays three key years in the life of Scout, the young daughter of Atticus Finch, a principled lawyer in Maycomb, Alabama. Scout’s narrative relates how she and her elder brother, Jem, learn about fighting prejudice and upholding human dignity through the example of their father, who has taken on the legal defense of a black man charged with raping a white woman. Lee’s themes include racial justice, and the obligation we have to follow our own internal ethical compasses; class, and our tendencies to stereotype people for our own convenience; and tolerance, and the need to be accepting of all people, especially those unlike ourselves.
In addition to the regular schedule, 10:00 AM matinee performances are arranged for Thursday, November 9 and Friday, November 10.
One Night Only: February 3, 2024
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