Boo and You

The English-class classic brought to life

Care to chat with Atticus Finch about social injustice? Or maybe share stories of your educational shortcomings with Scout? In preparation for Intiman’s upcoming performance (Sept. 14-Oct. 28) of To Kill A Mockingbird, Christopher Sergel’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s classic Southern Gothic novel, Front Porch Theater is holding dramatic readings from the book and inviting you to participate in a post-performance discussion. The Pulitzer Prize-winning story has been moving readers for decades, and you now have the opportunity to see it brought to life (sans Gregory Peck). If you’ve ever been concerned about politics, racism, poverty, the law, the South, or the plight of precocious little girls, go and tell Front Porch Theater. And if you don’t care for those issues, vent about matters of local injustice (the Mariners?). The series opens tonight, with eleven more readings/discussions through Oct. 25; for schedule, see

Tue., Sept. 11, 7 p.m.

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