To Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee's story of moral courage and family love has been a success as a book (Pulitzer Prize 1960), a movie and a wonderful play. Bring the family to see Atticus Finch, his children Scout and Jem, and "a tale that doesn't grow old with the telling" (Minneapolis Star Tribune). Set in small town Alabama in the mid-1930's, To Kill A Mockingbird remains stirring portrayal of both racial and family relations of its time that resonates today. This recent adaptation was an acclaimed part of Chicago's Steppenwolf Theater's 2010 season and an early sell out for its full run this year at Ashland.
"A quintessential American story" Chicago Stage Review.
Ross Valley Players
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
Ross, CA 94957
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||I see that there is a minimum age of 13. Is this a strick rule? We were planning to attend as a family, but have a 10-year old. Thanks!|
||The rule is not enforced but a warning to parents that the content may not be suitable for preteens. Parent discretion is advised. (One of our actors is 10.)|
||What is your senior policy? Do you have rush?|
||Seniors (62 and older) have a discounted ticket of $20 for all Fri-Sun performances. We do not have a rush, but all tickets on Thur are $17 and each show has a pay what you will as the final dress the Thur before opening|
||Are seats assigned or first come first served?|
||Open seating, first come. But season subscribers enter 5 minutes before house opens for best seating.|