To Kill a Mockingbird at Providence Performing Arts Center

To Kill a Mockingbird at Providence Performing Arts CenterAll rise. To Kill a Mockingbird is making its way to a city near you. The national tour of this outstanding Broadway production based on Harper Lee’s classic novel will arrive in Providence, Rhode Island. Brought to life by Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin, you’re assured that this show will live up to your expectations. 

To Kill A Mockingbird will run at the Providence Performing Arts Center from the 6th to the 11th of February, 2024. Emmy Award winner Richard Thomas is taking center stage as Atticus Finch. Do not miss out on this complex tale based on one of the greatest American novels ever written. It will surely take your breath away! Witness To Kill A Mockingbird as it arrives in Pittsburgh for its multi-year national tour. Tickets are on sale right this moment. Hit the GET TICKETS button to reserve your spots at the production. 

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“All rise for the miracle that is To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway.” – Rolling Stone

“Mockingbird is still relevant 60 years later on Broadway.” – New York post

“To Kill A Mockingbird achieves the unimaginable — it enhances this great work.” – NY1

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Trigger Warning. To Kill A Mockingbird is set in the pre-civil rights era Deep South of the 1930s. It is told through the eyes of 13-year-old Scout. The story unfolds as local black man Tom Robinson faces accusations of raping a white girl. Scout’s father, the principled lawyer Atticus Finch, takes on the case with the determination to secure a fair trial for Tom.

As Atticus decides to defend Tom, he becomes an outcast in the community, and the safety of his family hangs in the balance. With the trial on the horizon, Atticus confronts the challenging choice of yielding to the mounting pressure or steadfastly standing his ground, fighting for justice and what is morally right. The gripping narrative navigates the complexities of morality, racial tensions, and the courage to uphold one’s principles. 

“Richard Thomas as Atticus Finch is at the height of his career.” – Dallas Voice

“Thomas’ performance as Finch is worth the price of admission alone.” – Seattle Times

Emmy Award-winning actor Richard Thomas has been cast as Atticus Finch for the entire third touring season of the First National Tour of To Kill a Mockingbird, including the Providence engagement at the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) from February 6 to 11, 2024. To Kill a Mockingbird is part of PPAC’s Taco/The White Family Foundation Broadway Series. Aaron Sorkin’s new play, directed by Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher and based on Harper Lee’s classic novel, and is currently on a multi-year North American tour.

To Kill a Mockingbird features set design by Miriam Buether; costume design by Ann Roth; lighting design by Jennifer Tipton; sound design by Scott Lehrer; and an original score by Adam Guettel. Musical direction is by Kimberly Grigsby, hair & wig design by Campbell Young Associates, casting by The Telsey Office, and design adaptation and supervision by Edward Pierce. The national tour is produced by Barry Diller.

The cast includes Maeve Moynihan as Scout Finch;; Jacqueline Williams as Calpurnia; Justin;  Mark as Jem Finch; Yaegel T. Welch as Tom Robinson; Steven Lee Johnson as Dill Harris; Mary Badham as Mrs. Dubose; Joey Collins as Bob Ewell; David Manis as Judge Taylor; Luke Smith as Horace Gilmer; Mariah Lee as Mayella Ewell; David Christopher Wells as Sheriff Heck Tate; Jeff Still as Link Deas; Liv Rooth as Miss Stephanie; and Travis Johns as Mr. Cunningham. They are joined by Morgan Bernhard, Denise Cormier, Christopher R Ellis, Stephen Elrod, Daniel Neale, Andre Ozim, Docras Sowunmi and Greg Wood

“‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ national tour takes the classic novel to new heights.” – The Suffolk Journal

“A performance that is both modestly human and divinely heroic. All rise for Richard Thomas.” – The Buffalo News

“All rise. A transfixing act of theatrical storytelling that makes us hang on every word as if experiencing the story for the first time.” – The Hollywood Reporter

Since its debut in March 2022, the First National Tour of To Kill a Mockingbird has played over 500 performances in 44 cities, with over 1 million theatergoers in attendance. To Kill a Mockingbird is the most successful American drama in Broadway history. It opened on November 1, 2018, at the Shubert Theatre and performed to sold-out houses until March 2020, when it closed. To Kill a Mockingbird became the first Broadway play to appear at New York’s Madison Square Garden in 2020, in front of approximately 18,000 New York City public school children. It was also hailed as the greatest crowd at a single performance of a play in world theater history. 

If you’re not sure of what to expect from this show, take Roma Torre for NY1’s word for it. In their review, it said: “When I heard that Aaron Sorkin’s stage adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird featured changes to Harper Lee’s beloved story, I thought how dare they mess with a masterpiece. The kids’ roles played by adults! The Atticus Finch character flawed! Well, it turns out, far from killing the essence of the great work, this excellent company achieved the unimaginable: they enhanced it.”

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“Can it fly? Yes.” – The Guardian

“The very fine cast perform their parts with all their hearts, under Sher’s impeccably fine–tuned direction.” – Variety

“This stage Mockingbird is majestically triumphant.” – New York Stage Review

“Exemplary!” – Time Out

Do not miss out on seeing To Kill A Mockingbird brought to life in Pittsburgh for a limited time. Who knows when they show will ever come back to town, right? So, go ahead and secure your tickets for the show right now! This production is recommended for ages 14 and above. Children under the age of 4 will not be permitted inside the theatre.