“Real courage is when you know you’re licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through, no matter what.” In a story that seems just as relevant today as it did several decades ago, To Kill a Mockingbird examines hypocrisy and prejudice of society through the eyes of a small, unconventional girl named Scout and CenterPoint Legacy Theatre brings this fascinating story to life. It’s years later and our heroine, Scout, is recounting the trial that awoke the sleepy town of Maycomb, Alabama. A black man has been accused of an atrocious crime against a white woman and the only man willing to stand by his side is Scout’s father, Atticus Finch, a well-to-do lawyer in the otherwise depression-stricken town. It’s through the eyes of this small girl that we see inside the reality of racism, prejudice, and bigotry, as this town becomes alight with hatred and fear.
Directed by Jennie Richardson and performed by two stellar casts, CenterPoint Legacy Theatre gives relevance to “To Kill a Mockingbird” in a beautiful and poignant manner. This show is an alluring kick-off to the 2018 Season.
January 5 – February 3 2018, Monday – Saturday 7:30PM, Saturday Matinee 2:30PM
Tickets – $17.50-$27.00, Free Parking