Depression-era youngsters Jem and Scout are innocent witnesses to their community in a tense tug-of-war. Justice, dignity, tolerance, racism, violence, and hypocrisy are at the heart of this compelling American drama. This wise and softly humorous staging of the original novel will compel you to take an honest look at our nation's past and to our moral responsibility to each other today.
This show contains racial epithets and discussion of rape, as reflected from the novel. It is appropriate for most audiences.
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Top photo: Tina Scariano (left) as Cosette and J. Michael Bailey as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, 2012.