Who doesn’t know Harper Lee’s iconic novel from the 1960s? The story sheds light on racial inequality in the 20th century, particularly in the Deep South. Since the end of 2018, you can see To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway.
What is To Kill a Mockingbird About?
To Kill a Mockingbird tell the story of Atticus Finch, a small-town lawyer, through the eyes of his daughter Scout. The family lives in Alabama during the 1930s, a state heavily marked by racial injustice. When Tom Robinson, a black man, gets falsely accused of raping a girl, Atticus Finch decides to represent him in court. This choice entails consequences for the entire family. They get attacked for taking the side of the black man. Atticus, however, has a strong sense of justice and does not give up. Will he be able to get Tom Robinson acquitted?
Tickets for To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway
You can get To Kill a Mockingbird tickets for as low as $39. There are several performances throughout the week.
Where are the best seats in the Shubert Theatre?
For the best views for To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway, you should aim for Central Orchestra seats or Front Mezzanine seats. The Shubert Theatre is a relatively large theatre, which is why we would not recommend balcony seats for this show. Below you can easily check the quality of each seat to see To Kill a Mockingbird in NYC.
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Why is the story called ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’?
The title has no literal connection to the story, but rather a symbolic one. A mockingbird represents the idea of innocence. To kill a mockingbird would mean to kill something innocent.
How much are tickets for To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway?
To Kill a Mockingbird tickets can be secured for as little as $39.
How long is To Kill a Mockingbird?
The Broadway show is 2 hours and 35 minutes long.
How do you get to the Shubert Theatre?
The Shubert Theatre is located on New York’s Broadway on 225 W 44th St. To get to your show, exit the subway line 7 at Times Square – 42 St Subway Station or line NQR W to 49 St. Both stations are equally far away from the theater and can be reached within just a few minutes.