To Kill A Mockingbird
The characters of Atticus Finch, Scout, and Boo Radley have become
iconic figures in the American consciousness and conscience. Harper
Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel is considered one of the most
important works of the 20th century, and it is a must for every
new generation. The story's enduring spell stems in part from the juxtaposition of the simple, yet astute innocence of a child's point of view in the face of terrible and terribly complex adult problems and biases. The fundamental lessons about compassion, integrity, and
courage are breath-taking and life-changing.
To Kill A Mockingbird is made possible in part by a generous grant from The Blanche And Irving Laurie Foundation.
Opening Night for To Kill A Mockingbird is sponsored by Glenmede Investment And Wealth Management