INTIMAN THEATRE’S TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD EXTENDS FOR A SECOND TIME
Tickets for eight additional performances through November 10 are on sale now
SEATTLE— Intiman Theatre announces that its American Cycle production of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, adapted by Christopher Sergel and directed by Fracaswell Hyman, is extending a second time and will play through Saturday, November 10 at 8 pm.
To Kill a Mockingbird was originally scheduled to close on October 28 and extended to November 3 before performances even began. Due to continued audience demand, an additional eight shows have been added, extending the production through November 10.
The second extension will include three student matinees, bringing the total during the run to 13 student matinee performances, all of which include a facilitated post-play discussion and an educational study guide.
Added performances now on sale to the public are Wednesday, November 7 at 7:30 pm; Thursday, November 8 at 7:30 pm; Friday, November 9 at 8 pm; and Saturday, November 10 at 2 pm and 8 pm. The production must close on November 10.
Tickets, ranging in price from $27 to $50, may be purchased from or 206.269.1900. Discounts are available for patrons under age 25 and seniors, pending availability on the day of performance. Intiman performs at the Intiman Playhouse, 201 Mercer Street at Seattle Center .
The American Cycle is sponsored in part by WaMu, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, PONCHO, The Boeing Company, Metropolitan King County Council, Microsoft Corporation, Nesholm Family Foundation and Ameriprise Financial.
Intiman Theatre gratefully acknowledges the following for their institutional support: The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Ameriprise Financial, Norman Archibald Charitable Foundation, ArtsFund, The Boeing Company, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Fales Foundation Trust, Humanities Washington, Intiman Theatre Foundation, Kreielsheimer Remainder Trust, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Microsoft Corporation, Nesholm Family Foundation, The Norcliffe Foundation, PONCHO, Pride Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, The Seattle Foundation, Theatre Communications Group, U.S. Bancorp Foundation, WaMu and Wells Fargo Bank. Additional funding is received from Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, City of Seattle ; 4Culture; Metropolitan King County Council and Washington State Arts Commission.