To Kill a Mockingbird Extends Seattle Run Again Through Nov. 10

News   To Kill a Mockingbird Extends Seattle Run Again Through Nov. 10 Seattle's Intiman Theatre has again extended its production of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird — now through Nov. 10.

Fracaswell Hyman directs the stage version of Mockingbird, which was adapted by Christopher Sergel. The Intiman had extended the show prior to its start through Nov. 3. Now, "due to continued audience demand," as a release states, the run will add eight shows. Previews began Sept. 14, and the show opened Sept. 19.

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To Kill a Mockingbird, according to press notes, "is set in the Depression era Maycomb, Alabama, where Scout Finch lives with her brother, Jem, and their widowed father, Atticus, a lawyer. The central event of [this] adaptation is Atticus Finch's defense of Tom Robinson, a black man falsely accused of raping a white woman. As seen through Scout's eyes, Harper Lee's classic story tells deep truths of life in the Deep South, and evokes Maycomb's community of eccentric and mysterious neighbors, including the reclusive Boo Radley."

Patti Cohenour is featured (as Miss Maudie Atkinson) in a cast of actors and musicians that includes David Bishins (Atticus Finch), Peter Crook (Boo Radley/Mr. Gilmer), David Drummond (Heck Tate), Stephen Grenley (Judge Taylor/Walter Cunningham), William Hall Jr. (Reverend Sykes), Russell Hodgkinson (Bob Ewell), Josephine Howell (Calpurnia), Lori Larsen (Miss Stephanie Crawford), Lino Marioni (Dill), Liz Morton (Mayella Ewell), Sean Phillips (Tom Robinson), Nick Robinson (Jem Finch), Walayn Sharples (Mrs. Dubose) and Keaton Whittaker (Scout Finch).

The design team includes Alec Hammond (scenic), Elizabeth Hope Clancy (costume), Greg Sullivan (lighting) and Joseph Swartz (sound). Grant Dermody serves as composer and music coach. Geoffrey Alm provides fight direction. The dialect coach is Judith Shahn. Tickets to Mockingbird at the Intiman Playhouse, 201 Mercer Street at Seattle Center, are available by visiting www.intiman.org or by calling (206) 269-1900.