Long Beach To Kill A Mockingbird
Genevieve Simon, Anthony B. Cohen and Natalie Beisner Photo by Mike Hardy
Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential masterpiece No Exit opens at the Long Beach Playhouse on July 28. The play centers on three characters: two women and one man who are locked up together for eternity in one hideous room in hell.
Long Beach Playhouse is proud to offer free admission to Long Beach Unified School District students to see TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD on Thursday, Oct 20th. The play is ideal for middle school through high school students, which is required reading at the 9th grade level.
Long Beach Playhouse is proud to kick off their 2011-2012 Mainstage Season with a landmark production of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD from the novel of Harper Lee. Featuring a cast of 18 actors, this classic story will be brought to life by director Andrew Vonderschmitt and will open on October 22, 2011.
Classic characters will jump off the page and onto the silver screen for Watch This Book, a new series of free film screenings celebrating family-friendly adaptations of beloved literary works!
Watch This Book, which also features artists and exhibitors, will take place on the Luther Burbank Elementary School playground as part of “Last Saturdays,” 4th Street Long Beach’s monthly neighborhood street event.