Scout, a young girl in a quiet Alabama town, is about to experience dramatic events that will affect the rest of her life. She and her brother, Jem, are being raised by their strong-minded housekeeper, Calpurnia, and their widowed father, Atticus Finch. The children learn a grim lesson when a local trial threatens to tear their town apart.
This is a dramatization of the Pulitzer Prizewinning novel by Harper Lee. Although set in 1935, the topics of tolerance and racial injustice resonated with the social upheaval of the 1960’s, and are still relevant today. This production contains racial and sexual content along with strong language. Gunshot effects will be used during the performance. This production is sponsored by the Alabama 200 Bicentennial Commission.
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from August 20th through November 6th, 6 – 9 pm. Young performers begin rehearsals 9/4.
Set Build Schedule
Update: most everything was completed last weekend thanks to so many great volunteers. We will still need help on Monday, November 5th at 5 pm to set up risers and chairs.
November 8th – 10th and 15th – 17th at 7 pm
with matinees on the 11th and 18th at 2 pm.
Don't Miss These Special Performances
Opening night, November 8th, will be extra special as we’ll offer a limited number of “Pay What You Want” tickets. Tickets will be sold first come, first served beginning at 6 pm that evening at the box office only (not available for online purchase).
Join us for a special Q&A with the cast and director, Richard Trammell, on Thursday,
November 15th immediately following the performance.
Don’t miss the opportunity for Dinner AND a Show! Friday, November 16th, Butcher Paper BBQ Food Truck will be on site at 5:30 for a fabulous dinner option! No rushing home to eat before the 7 pm show. Relax and meet other theatre-loving patrons!
Auburn Area Community Theatre is an equal opportunity organization committed to the principle of equal opportunity in casting, performance opportunities, volunteering, education, and employment. AACT does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, national origin or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarships, programs, and activities.