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News Hartford's To Kill a Mockingbird Adds Performances Hartford Stage has added two additional performances to its current production of To Kill a Mockingbird starring Emmy nominee Matthew Modine.

The production, which had the largest advance sale of any show in the history of the Connecticut theatre company, has also become the best-selling show in Hartford Stage's history – surpassing the 2007 staging of Our Town with Hal Holbrook.

To Kill a Mockingbird will offer added performances March 24 and 31 at 7:30 PM. The production began performances Feb. 19 and continues through April 4.

Hartford Stage artistic director Michael Wilson directs a cast including Matthew Modine (Atticus Finch), Devon Abner (Arthur Boo Radley), Hallie Foote (adult Jean Louise Finch), Olivia Scott (Scout), Henry Hodges (Jem), Pat Bowie (Calpurnia), Jennifer Harmon (MaudieAtkinson/Stephanie Crawford/Mrs. Dubose), Nafe Katter (Mr. Nathan Radley), Andrew Shipman (Dill), Nafe Katter (Judge Taylor), Charles Turner (Reverend Sykes), Virginia Kull (Mayella Ewell), Mike Boland (Bob Ewell), Devon Abner (Mr. Gilmer), Doug Lyons (Tom Robinson), Daralyn Jay (Helen Robinson) and James DeMarse (Sherriff Heck Tate/Walter Cunningham).

The townspeople of the Southern-set work are portrayed by C. Zakiah Barksdale, William A. Thomas, Tom Libonate, Deirdre Garrett, Rob Pawlikowski, Justin FullerConnor Fitzgerald, Larkin Meehan, Jordan Cyr, Jacob Entenman, Peter G. Garrity, Joshua Jackson and Rodney D. Edwards.

Mockingbird has designs by Jeff Cowie (set design), David C. Wollard (costume design), Rui Rita (lighting design) and John Gromada (sound design). According to press notes, "To Kill a Mockingbird is a tender portrait of a southern town, brimming with powerful lessons of tolerance, justice and quiet heroism. Scout and Jem are growing up in the Deep South during the 1930s depression. Their idyllic childhood is jolted with the realization that prejudice and bigotry rule in their small town when their father, a lawyer of principle and integrity, is asked to defend a young black man falsely accused of raping a white woman."

Hartford Stage is located at 50 Church Street in downtown Hartford, CT. Tickets for current shows are available by calling (860) 527-5151. For more information visit www.hartfordstage.org.

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