To Kill a Mockingbird
28 - 31 Mar
In the Deep South, in a town fractured by prejudice, a black man stands accused of crime he didn’t commit. When Atticus Finch swears to defend him he becomes a pariah. To Kill a Mockingbird is a timeless classic, needling the heart of a community built on morals but steeped in hypocrisy.
Anthony Lau was an associate director at the Nuffield Theatre in 2015 and has worked as a director at Southwark Playhouse, the Young Vic and the Rose Theatre Kingston. He is currently in the director’s pool at the Almeida Theatre. Previously at Mountview: Dreaming America.
© Harper Lee 1970 based upon the work To Kill a Mockingbird © Harper Lee 1960. Copyright agent: Alan Brodie Representation Ltd www.alanbrodie.com
Running time: TBC