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In this gripping adaptation of Harper Lee's cherished Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Jean Louise "Scout" Finch recalls her childhood during the smoldering Alabama summer of 1936 when her father, Atticus, was appointed to defend a black man accused of a rape he did not commit. Atticus' courage in upholding his principles in the face of community anger reveals to Scout the power of dignity and resistance. Charles Towers directs this faithful adaptation of Lee's poignant tale of innocence and experience, cruelty and kindness.

Artists

  • Seana McKennaJean Louise Finch
  • Catherine EpsteinScout Finch
  • Myra Lucretia TaylorCalpurnia
  • Gustave JohnsonReverend Sykes
  • Caleb MayoJem Finch
  • Deena MazerMrs. Dubose
  • Gabriel LevinsonDill
  • Tom StetchschulteAtticus Finch
  • Nesbitt BlaisdellWalter Cunningham / Judge Taylor
  • Baxter HarrisHeck Tate
  • Danny JohnsonTom Robinson
  • Jack WillisMr. Gilmer / Boo Radley
  • Blakely BraniffMayella Ewell
  • Harper LeeAuthor
  • Christopher SergelAdaptor
  • Bill ClarkeScenic Design
  • Elizabeth NovakCostume Design
  • Jackie ManasseeLighting Design
  • Ted KarasOriginal Music
  • David B. SmithSound Design

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