To Kill A Mockingbird

Adapted by Christopher Sergel
From the novel by Harper Lee
Directed by Susan Kosoff

October 26 – November 25, 2007

Set in a rural Alabama town in the 1930s, To Kill a Mockingbird poses some of the most difficult questions of human existence and provides no easy answers. It is up to the “innocent” bystander, each member of the audience, to discover the truth. Inspired in part by the case of the Scottsboro Boys, this powerful reminder of our nation’s history is also a tender story of a father’s love for his children and the love they give in return. A New England premiere at WFT in 1993, Mockingbird returns to challenge and enthrall a new generation.



Maudie Atkinson – Kippy Goldfarb*
Jean Louise Finch (Scout) – Grace Brakeman
Calpurnia – Monique Nicole McIntyre*
Walter Cunningham – Wesley Boucher, Lex Resnick
Stephanie Crawford – M. Lynda Robinson*
Heck Tate – Paul D. Farwell*
Judge Taylor – John Davin*
Mrs. Dubose – Jane Staab*
Jeremy Finch (Jem) – Paul McCallion
Reverend Sykes – Kenneth Harmon
Mayella Ewell – Laura Morell
Bob Ewell- Greg Nash*
Charles Baker Harris (Dill) – Cameron VanderWerf
Atticus Finch – Will Lyman*
Nathan Radley – Jesse J. Martin
Mr. Cunningham – Marc Harpin
Tom Robinson – Steven M. Key
Mr. Gilmer – Fred Robbins

*Denotes Member of Actors’ Equity Association


Director – Susan Kosoff
Scenic Designer – Janie E. Howland
Lighting Director – Karen Perlow
Composer/Sound Designer – Dewey Dellay
Costume Designer – Lisa Simpson
Production Stage Manager – Sandy Rubin*

*Denotes Member of Actors’ Equity Association


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Wheelock’s ‘Mockingbird’ sings

-The Boston Globe

Don’t miss your chance to see MOCKINGBIRD as it ought to be done.

-Theater Mirror

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