Spotlight On The Board Of Directors: To Kill A Mockingbird
Welcome to the Waukesha Civic Theatre’s historic 60th season!
Proof that To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a beloved classic of literature, cinema and theater is that I have a nephew whose cat’s name is Atticus and a good friend whose cat’s name is Scout.
How many people were inspired to become lawyers or understand social justice issues better because of the incredible moral role model of Atticus Finch?
How many childhood memories have been triggered by the touching point of view of Scout who looks at the world initially through innocent eyes?
That dedication to the wonderful characters in Mockingbird is why WCT is thrilled to collaborate with the 10th anniversary of Waukesha Reads whose programming you can learn about at waukeshareads.org.
What a fantastic opportunity to read (or reread) the novel, see the electrifying live performance at the Civic Theatre, and watch Gregory Peck in his iconic role on November 13 at Dinner & a Movie.
Enjoy this historic pairing! Don’t forget to visit waukeshacivictheatre.org to see how you can save 19 to 26% on future WCT shows and score a Subscriber Benefits Card.
Posted on November 3, 2016, in Mainstage Performance and tagged 10th anniversary of Waukesha Reads, 2016-2017, 60th season, cats, Harper Lee, Larry Nelson, lawyer, Spotlight On The Board Of Directors, Subscriber Benefits, To Kill A Mockingbird, Waukesha Reads. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Spotlight On The Board Of Directors: To Kill A Mockingbird.