To Kill A Mockingbird

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adapted by Christopher Sergel
from the novel by Harper Lee

On Our Stage in Our 87th Season

AUDITIONS: January 12 and 13, 2015

PERFORMANCES:

March 6-8, 13-15, and 20-22, 2015

Produced in Cooperation with Dramatic Publishing, Inc.

The Show

Set in Depression-era Maycomb, Alabama in 1935, young Scout Finch lives with her father, Atticus Finch, an attorney, and her older brother Jem. When Tom Robinson, a black man, is accused of raping a white woman, Mayella. Atticus is asked to represent him and accepts, knowing that that decision will likely make him and his family unpopular in town. Meanwhile Scout, Jem and another friend, Dill, forge a bond over one of the neighborhood legends –Boo Radley. Jem and Scout have never seen Boo, though they have heard that he is held captive in a house down the street. As the trial moves ahead, the town’s emotions run high, mobs gather and relationships are strained. Over the course of the trial, it becomes clear that Tom could not have raped Mayella. However, a jury made up completely with white males convicts Tom. With the conviction comes more heartache for the town as innocents are sacrificed and children learn about the harsh realities of the world.

The Crew

Director: Mike Moseley

Assistant Director: John Sczomak

Producers: Tim Carney and Kevin Rider

Stage Manager and Crew: Catherine Long, Raouf El-Alami, and Liliana Greimel

Set Design: David Reynolds, II

Lighting Design and Technical Director: David Reynolds, II

Lights and Sound: John Sczomak and Chris Boudreau

Master Carpenter: Gordon Mosley

Scenic Painting: Jim Kirwan assisted by the cast

Set Construction: Diane Cliff, Patty Martin, Chris Boudreau, Pat Denyer, Steve Gautreau, Dave Kanclerez, Deb Kales, Stan LaFramboise, Jim Kirwan, Mike Mayne, Angel Melcher, Richard Moore, Gordon Mosley, Wendy O’Hagan, Mary Beth Oravec, Jim and Lisa Paschke, David Reynolds II, Brett Reynolds, Sydnee Rider, John Sczomak, Roberta Shortt, Jana Smith, Jim Varitek, Mark Walton, Lilian Wilson, Dave Wood, and the cast

Costumes: Kathleen Duffy and Inez Hernandez assisted by Karen Drugcaz, Mike Moseley, Sally Hart Goodman, Amy Moore, Mary Calder, Jeff Bartos, and the cast

Hair & Makeup: Chuck Demske, Lindel Salow, Diane Cliff, Corinne Fine, and the cast

Properties: Tim Carney, Kevin Rider, and Scott Rider assisted by Pat Denyer, Steve Gautreau, and the cast

Publicity: Melissa Foster assisted by Ashley Sword, Sue Suchyta, Paul Bruce, Jim Kirwan, Mike Moseley, Mike Mayne, Brian Townsend, and Tom Sparrow

Postcard Mailing: Melissa Foster, Lisa Paschke, Deb Kales, Karen Drugcaz, Tom Davis, Mary Davis, Mike Moseley, Steve Gautreau, Frann Stempek, Sarah Zakaria, Victor Hydel, Kathleen Hagan, Bruce Hack, Sue Suchyta, and Tom Sparrow

Programs: Scott Rider, Brian Townsend, and Kori Bielaniec

Tickets: Tracy Boudreau, Lois Sczomak, and Scott Rider

AfterGlow and Cast and Crew: Lindsey Brenz, Carissa Madley, Jeff Bartos, Diane Cliff, and Tim Carney

50/50 and Intermission: Frann Stempek assisted by Members of the Guild

Ushers: Shari and Mike Mayne assisted by Members of the Guild

Original Cover Artwork: Brian Townsend

The Cast

ATTICUS FINCH: Tom Varitek

JEAN LOUISE FINCH: Sydnee Rider

SCOUT FINCH: Jamie Paschke

JEM FINCH: Leo Varitek

DILL: Peter Moore

MISS MAUDIE ATKINSON: Julie Brown

MISS STEPHANIE CRAWFORD: Mary Davis

CALPURNIA: Takesha Walker

MRS. DUBOSE: Roberta Shortt

TOM ROBINSON: Kenyada Davis

MAYELLA EWELL: Meg Kish

BOB EWELL: Joe Munem

JUDGE TAYLOR: Tom Sparrow

MR. HORACE GILMER: Sean Greimel

HECK TATE: Tom Davis

REVEREND SYKES: Jair Lott

NATHAN RADLEY: Dave Wood

WALTER CUNNINGHAM: Paul Bruce

ARTHUR “BOO” RADLEY: Jake Dombrowski

HELEN ROBINSON: Crystal White

COURT CLERK: Loren White

Photos by – and courtesy of – James and Marni Mayne

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