To Kill a Mockingbird
April 28 – May 7, 2017
To Kill a Mockingbird
By Christopher Sergel, based on the book by Harper Lee
Directed by Art Rotch
“The one thing that doesn’t abide by majority rule is a person’s conscience.”
Young Scout watches her father, the lawyer Atticus Finch, defend a black man accused of a horrible crime. Can Atticus secure justice for his client in this racially charged case, or does his influence have limits? Will the family pay an unacceptable price if he tries? See Harper Lee’s beloved tale of a young lawyer and his family testing their limits and the unwritten laws of their time.
Performances in the Discovery Theatre at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts.
|Thursday, April 27, 2017||7:30pm||Pay-As-You-Can Preview|
|Friday, April 28, 2017||7:30pm|
|Saturday, April 29, 2017||2:00pm|
|Saturday, April 29, 2017||7:30pm|
|Sunday, April 30, 2017||4:00pm|
|Wednesday, May 3, 2017||7:30pm|
|Thursday, May 4, 2017||7:30pm|
|Friday, May 5, 2017||7:30pm|
|Saturday, May 6, 2017||2:00pm|
|Saturday, May 6, 2017||7:30pm|
|Sunday, May 7, 2017||4:00pm|
|Katie Jensen||Maudie Atkinson|
|Seth Coppens||Scout Finch|
|Corin Hughes-Skandijs||Nathan Radley/ Clerk / Link Deas / Walter Cunningham|
|Heather LaVerne||Stephanie Crawford / Mrs. Dubose|
|Jay Burns||Judge Taylor / Mr. Cunningham|
|Jamie Nelson||Heck Tate|
|Forrest Davis||Jem Finch|
|Lance Mitchell||Reverend Sykes|
|Taylor Campbell||Mayella Ewell|
|James Sullivan||Bob Ewell|
|Theo Houck||Dill Harris|
|Enrique Bravo*||Atticus Finch|
|Tom Robenolt*||Mr. Gilmer / Boo Radley|
|Keith McCoy||Tom Robinson|
*Members of Actors Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
|Art Rotch||Director / Scenic Designer|
|Lucrecia Bricano||Lighting Designer|
|Betsy Chester||Asst. Lighting Designer|
|Christopher Metzger||Costume Designer|
|Maddie Peterson||Asst. Costume Designer|
|Lucy Peckham||Sound Designer|
|Christina Apathy||Dialect Coach|
|BJ Brooks||Stage Manager|
|Bailey Sheehan||Assistant Technical Director/Properties Master/Scenic Charge|
|Travis Smith||Construction and Installation Technical Director|
|Betsy Chester||Assistant Lighting Designer|
|Maddie Peterson||Assistant Costume Designer|
|Caspar Eichin||Engineering Technical Director|
|Tom Robenolt||Casting Director|
|Susan Oshida||Costume Shop Assistant|
|Jessica Jones, Veronica Murray||Assistant Stage Managers|
|Friday/Saturday||Sunday – Thursday and Matinees|
- Best Seats/Priority Seating – Subscribers have access to the best seats available and have priority for upgrades upon renewal
- Ticket Exchange – Ability to exchange tickets to any night of the same value with no additional service charge.
- Lost Ticket Insurance – Lost or forgotten subscriber tickets can be reprinted at no charge.
- Bring-A-Friend – Perseverance “Companion Fare” coupons with every package.
- Exclusive Invitations to meet the artists involved.
- Additional Discounts and email notifications about selected special events at the theatre.
In addition, we value your input and look forward to talking to you over the season about what you like and what we can do differently. You are part of our team!
|Christmas Carol Add On||Pre-Christmas Evenings||Post Christmas and Matinees|
We offer a discount of 25% for groups of 10 or more. Call Centertix at 263-ARTS for more information.
$15 Rush Tickets will be made available for all performances beginning 30 minute before curtain. Seating is best available from the remaining unsold seats.
Perseverance Theatre is pleased to partner with Blue Star Families to welcome military personnel to our performances. Tickets are discounted up to 40% from our regular adult price.
at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
621 W 6th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
Perseverance at the PAC
Perseverance has been a resident company at the PAC since 2011, joining a group of Alaskan arts organizations including the Anchorage Opera, Anchorage Symphony, Anchorage Concert Association, Alaska Dance Theatre and more committed to bringing great performances to our audiences in this beautiful building. Great performances and great venues go hand in hand, and Perseverance is proud to be part of the work of the PAC and its resident companies to raise the quality of life in Alaska, and contribute vitality to the downtown core of Alaska’s largest city.
About the Discovery Theatre
Recognized as an excellent setting for theatre, opera, dance, film and musical presentations, the Discovery Theatre boasts a stage in size equal to the Atwood Concert Hall with a seating capacity of approximately 700.
The auditorium of the Discovery Theatre is characterized by long, sweeping curves, defining partitions and balconies and a ceiling of silvery, saucer-shaped acoustical discs. The seat upholstery, a tapestry designed by Alaskan resident Paula Dickey entitled Salmonberries, adds to the overall effect with a palette of rose and forest green.
The Discovery Theatre seats approximately 700 people across two levels.