Justin Henry   photo by Lisa Cherie

Justin Henry, stands trial as Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird photo by Lisa Cherie

TO  KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, the stage adaptation based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, comes to the historic Thomaston Opera House! Landmark Community Theatre is pleased to present the literary classic, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, on its main stage. Under the direction of Lucia Dressel, who last year directed the historical drama, The Diary of Anne Frank, is pleased to lend her talents to Harper Lee’s celebrated novel. The play chronicles the social and racial inequalities of the rural south in 1935 as told through the eyes of a young girl.  

Jean Louise Finch, or better known as Scout, portrayed by LCT newcomer Bobbie Doherty (Stonington), is a precocious young tomboy, whose innocence and blindness to the faults of her neighbors are what drive the plot of this tumultuous drama. Her eyes become opened when her father, the heroic Atticus Finch, played by Josiah Rowe (North Haven), takes on a controversial case defending a man of color who is wrongly accused of rape. Fighting racism and injustice, Atticus teaches Scout and her brother, Jem, to always stand up for what’s right. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD is an amazing story of tolerance and morality. Please be advised this play contains strong language and situations.  

Doherty and Rowe   photo by Lisa Cherie

Photo Credit: Lisa Cherie Photography #1- Bobbie Doherty and Josiah Rowe as “Scout” and “Atticus Finch” in To Kill A Mockingbird

Now showing March 10, 16, 17, 23, 24 at 8pm and March 11, 18, 25 at 2pm. For more information on tickets and group sales, contact or visit the Box Office (860) 283-6250 Monday – Friday 1pm – 6pm and Saturday 1pm – 4pm @ 158 Main Street Thomaston, CT 06787. Or purchase tickets online: 

submitted: all photos copyright Lisa Cherie 2018 used with permssion

Cast of To Kill a Mockingbird Photo by Lisa Cherie

The cast of Landmark Community Theatre’s production of “To Kill A Mockingbird” photo by Lisa Cherie

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