To Kill a Mockingbird. Most of us have read it…or were supposed to read it, Harper Lee’s Pulitzer-winning novel of coming of age in a pre-civil-rights-movement South. To Kill a Mockingbird. Most of us have seen it, Gregory Peck’s Oscar-winning performance as a lawyer battling for justice for all set a standard for screen integrity. To Kill a Mockingbird, Christopher Sergel’s stage adaptation of Lee’s book, is now playing at the Good Company Players’ 2nd Space. You need to see it.
Christopher Sergel’s artful dramatization of Harper Lee’s classic To Kill A Mockingbird unfolds as an adult Jean Louise Finch (Irene Morse), once known as Scout, reflects on her life as a child in Maycomb, Alabama in 1935, and on life changing events that she struggled to understand.