About the show
Please note that performances of Ain't Too Proud have been cancelled through 3 January 2021, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Performances will resume as early as is practical in 2021.
Inspired by Lee’s own Alabama upbringing, To Kill a Mockingbird is told through the eyes of Scout Finch, a young girl whose father, lawyer Atticus Finch, has been tasked with defending a black man against rape accusations. Amongst racism and bigotry in the American South, To Kill a Mockingbird challenges audiences through a prescient tale of the loss of innocence, with some of literature’s greatest characters at its heart.
Four-time Academy Award-nominee Ed Harris (Taking Sides) stars as Atticus Finch. He is joined by a cast including Nina Grollman as Scout Finch, Nick Robinson as Jem Finch and Kyle Scatliffe as Tom Robinson.
To Kill a Mockingbird is adapted for the stage by Academy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin. His credits include A Few Good Men on Broadway, although he is best known to a wider audience for work on films including The Social Network and Steve Jobs. Bartlett Sher directs, building on an impressive CV which includes the Tony Award-winning South Pacific. The creative team also includes set designer Miriam Buether (Three Tall Women, The Jungle) and sound designer Scott Lehrer (Carousel, The King and I).
A timeless American classic which continues to inspire audiences around the world, To Kill a Mockingbird at the Shubert Theatre is booking now.
Recommended forFans of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic won’t want to miss this powerful new adaption. With an award-winning team of creatives and a prescient story at its heart, To Kill a Mockingbird tickets should be on your list for a Broadway trip.
Age Recommendations: Recommended 12+