The summer of 1935 is a hot one in Maycomb, Alabama. Eight-year-old Scout watches her father stand up against the town’s anger when he defends a young black man accused of raping a white woman. A simple story of complex truths, “a tale that doesn't grow old with the telling.” (Star Tribune)
Park Square Theatre Seating Charts
To Kill A Mockingbird Reviews
Aisle Say Twin Cities - Recommended
"...Directed by David Mann, this production has no major flaws. The characters move around enough to make a talk-heavy play remain visually interesting, although the set isn't particularly exciting. Overall, the production isn't spectacular, and if you've already seen a decent staging of To Kill a Mockingbird, there is nothing new to see in this version. On the other hand, it is an honest rendition of a classic play, and that is enough to make it worth your time if you aren't familiar with the play. Park Square is also putting on several matinees for groups of students, an effort which I applaud; this play may be old, but it still has much to teach us about humanity and compassion."
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