This adaptation by Christopher Sergel brings the classic novel To Kill A Mockingbird to life, featuring all the legendary characters inhabiting 1935 Maycomb, Alabama.
Date: April 25-28, 2024
Tickets: $25 (Adults) $15 (Under 18)
Location: Wood Auditorium
Thursday – Saturday: 7:30pm
The Arts Center of Kershaw County is proud to announce To Kill a Mockingbird!
To Kill a Mockingbird captures the soul of the deep South in the 1930s, telling the powerful and heart-wrenching story of young Scout Finch. As her father, Atticus Finch, defends a black man wrongfully accused of a crime, the play unfolds a compelling narrative on racial injustice and moral growth.
This stage adaptation by Christopher Sergel, breathes new life into Harper Lee’s timeless classic, staying true to the novel’s spirit, while skillfully translating its intricate layers and emotional depth onto the stage.
With a powerful story, great performances, and direction by Camden legend Larry Hembree, this is a show not to be missed!
To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic story set in a dark period in our history about race. It contains some language and situations that are mature. Please use discretion when deciding the appropriate age for your younger theatergoers.