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To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee's powerful Pulitzer Prize novel of tensions and violence in America's Deep South in 1935.

The action takes place at and around the Finch home and the immediate neighbourhood in Maycomb, Alabama.

Our May 2001 production was directed by Euan Macleod.

Cast:
Jean Louise Finch (Scout), a young girl -- Lindsey Campbell
Jeremy Finch (Jem), her older brother -- Robin Minchom
Atticus Finch, their father -- Mike Paton
Calpurnia, their housekeeper -- Christine Longstaff
Maudie Atkinson (neighbour) -- Sally Pagan
Stephanie Crawford (neighbour) - Patricia MacLeod
Mrs Dubose (neighbour) -- Effie Robertson
Arthur Radley (Boo) (neighbour) -- Andy Powley
Nathan Radley (neighbour) -- Andy Powley
Charles Baker Harris (Dill), a young boy -- Philip Campbell
Keck Tate, the Shefiff -- Andy Harris
Judge Taylor, the Judge -- John McColl
Reverend Sykes, a minister -- Rex Walker
Mayella Ewell, a young woman -- Jennie Paul
Bob Ewell, her father -- Dougie Arbuckle
Walter Cunningham, a farmer -- Dave Sutherland
Mr Gilmer, the Public Prosecutor -- Euan Gregor
Tom Robinson, a young man -- Lassel Brown
Court Clerk -- Clem Allan
Link Deas, Tom's employer -- Alex Purves
Third man -- Andy Powley
Fourth man -- Alex Purves
Townspeople -- Caroline Adholla, Steve Aitchison, Chris Gilliland, Moira Macdonald, Peter McNulty, Isla McVaig, Colin, Odongo, Phyllis Ross

Production:
Set design and construction -- Derek Blackwood, assisted by Don Arnott, Andy Harris, Carol Jeffreys, Gilliam Lambie, Alex Purves
Lighting -- Stephen Hajducki
Sound -- Douglas Whittaker
Stage Manager: Steven Edgar
Assistant Stage Manager -- Gillian Lambie
Costume -- Sheila Sutherland
Properties -- Irene Robb
Continuity -- Marjory Kinnear

For the Company:
Front of House Co-ordinator -- Alison Kennedy
Photography -- Marion Donohoe

Harper Lee's

To Kill a Mockingbird

dramatised by Christopher Sergel

9-12 May 2001

Church Hill Theatre