Wyong Drama Group - To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird

Presented by Wyong Drama Group

All Rise! You never really understand a person until you climb into his skin and walk around in it
Based on a book by Harper Lee
Director - Vivienne McLaren
Director's Mentor - Daniel Craig

To Kill a Mockingbird is a play written by Christopher Sergel, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee. The play is set in Maycomb, Alabama in the 1930s and tells the story of Scout Finch, a young girl growing up in the deep South, and her father Atticus Finch, a lawyer.

The play deals with themes of racism, prejudice, and injustice as Atticus defends a black man, Tom Robinson, who is falsely accused of raping a white woman.
Scout, her brother Jem, and their friend Dill are caught up in the drama and begin to understand the complexities of the adult world, as well as their own prejudices.

The play is a powerful and moving exploration of the human condition and the struggle for justice and equality.
The characters are well-developed and the dialogue is sharp and believable. The play is set in the Finch's living room and the courtroom, and the audience is able to witness the dramatic events unfold.

To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic play that has been performed and adapted many times.
It's a play that deals with heavy themes but is also a coming-of-age story, and it's a powerful and thought-provoking work that continues to resonate with audiences today. The play illustrates how racism and prejudice can be overcome and how individuals can make a difference in society.


Andy Kabanoff
Cameron Eltham
Gavin Fryer
Sally Bartley
Sophie Goodwin
Stephen McLaren
Zara Taylor

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Wed, 15th to 25th February

in 2 weeks

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Wednesday, 15th February at 10:00am Wed, 15th Feb 10:00am
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah

School prices with Q&A Panel after show

Thursday, 16th February at 10:00am Thu, 16th Feb 10:00am
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah
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School prices with Q&A Panel after show

Friday, 17th February at 7:30pm Fri, 17th Feb 7:30pm
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah
Saturday, 18th February at 2:00pm Sat, 18th Feb 2:00pm
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah
Wednesday, 22nd February at 10:00am Wed, 22nd Feb 10:00am
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah

School prices with Q&A Panel after show

Thursday, 23rd February at 10:00am Thu, 23rd Feb 10:00am
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah

School prices with Q&A Panel after show

Friday, 24th February at 7:30pm Fri, 24th Feb 7:30pm
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah
Saturday, 25th February at 2:00pm Sat, 25th Feb 2:00pm
Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah

Wyong Drama Group

Wyong Drama Group strives to provide a variety of quality theatre for the community, and to support, nurture and showcase the diverse talents of its members in an atmosphere of fun, quaffing, friendship and enthusiasm.


8 Shows
2 hours
In Person
Period. Alabama 1935
Contains course language and sexual references
This show is primarily being presented to school audiences with most of the shows being mid-week matinees.

Red Tree Theatre

One the Central Coast's newest and most affordable performance venues. 144 tiered seating black box theatre with large foyer and conference spaces.
Thursday, 11:00 ~ 14:00
Friday, 11:00 ~ 14:00

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Those wishing to be cast in this show should be aware of the requirement to be familair with the original text as open discussions with the audience will take place after each performance. This show will play to mainly student audiences in mid-week performances ar Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah/Wyong.
Monday, 24 October 2022 by Coast B. | The Elderslee Foundation
The show's director has announced that she has also pre-cast "trusted actors" in order to do more advanced character development. These roles are not on offer in the audition process, they are Bob Ewell and Mayella Ewell, as well as Atticus Finch.
Wednesday, 26 October 2022 by Coast B. | The Elderslee Foundation
The role of Bob Ewell was given, pre-audition, to the director's husband Stephen McLaren, and the part of Mayella Ewell was pre cast with Aimee Honor Eltham taking the role. 5 roles still remain uncast at the time of the casting announcement.
Sunday, 6 November 2022 by Gerard D. | Coast Box Office

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