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Mitch Hall
Atticus Finch
  Mitch lists as some of his favorite roles:  ‘Yank’ The Hasty Heart, ‘Noah’ The Rainmaker, ‘Richard Hannay’ The 39 Steps and ‘Clive’ See How They Run, all at HCT.  He also has many national and local credits in film, television and radio.  Mitch graduated from BYU with a BA in International Relations.  “I feel especially fortunate to be playing the iconic Atticus Finch in this amazing theatre.”
     

Mia Bagley
Scout Finch
  Mia has been seen on the HCT stage as ‘Gretl’ in The Sound of Music, as well as a few years of A Christmas Carol.  Mia has also been in Much Ado About Nothing at PTC, ‘Anna’ in the Hallmark movie I’m Not Ready for Christmas, and ‘Peggy Schuyler’ in Schuyler Sisters – Working with Lemons on YouTube.  Mia is in the 5th grade and is on the YouTube Talk Show – LemonReds on Working with Lemons.  “Mia is so excited and grateful to be cast as Scout!  She has been working on this role since the show was announced last year.  Preparation pays!  Thanks to everyone in her family for reading lines with her for the past 10 months, and to David Weekes, her acting coach.”
     

Anson Bagley
Jem Finch
  This 8th grader has had a lot of experience on the stage and in front of a camera.  Favorites for both:  ‘Michael Banks’ Mary Poppins (HCT), ‘Tiny Tim’ A Christmas Carol and Elf (PTC), and for film and television: The Christmas Project, 17 Miracles, Cokeville Miracle, Criminal Minds, Fresh Off the Boat, ‘Alexander Hamilton’ in My Shot on Working with Lemons YouTube.  “Anson is excited to be sharing the stage with two of his siblings.  The family the “plays” together, stays together!”
     

Cairo McGee

Dill Harris
  This 6th grader has had a lot of stage time and most recently played ‘Thor Waldgrave’ in HCT’s The Nerd, ‘Ghost of Christmas Past’ in HCT’s A Christmas Carol and ‘Young Tarzan’ in Tarzan at Tuacahn.  Other shows: ‘Gavroche’ Les Miserables (HCT & HCTO), ‘Michael Banks’ Mary Poppins (HCT & Scera Shell) and ‘Young Curly’ Oklahoma! (HCT).  He also sings with the One Voice Children’s Choir and is a lead vocalist for Caleb Chapman’s Soundhouse classic rock band, Jukebox Anti-Hero.  “They hired me to wash the camel.”
     

Stephanie Nguyen Lake
Calpurnia
  To Kill A Mockingbird marks the HCT stage debut for Stephanie.  This UVU Junior is currently working on her BFA in acting and hopes to pursue theater as a living, as well as teach in the future, and is excited to see what the future holds for her. She has been seen on the UVU stage in Trojan Women, adapted by Lisa Hall Hagen.   You can find Stephanie working at Victoria Secret in the Orem University Mall, when not pursuing her future dreams.  “I am a victim of this cruel-beautiful world and I have a story to tell.”
     

Mary Parker Williams
Maudie Atkinson
  Mary is no stranger to the HCT stage and we’re thrilled to have her back!  Mary lists as some of her favorite stage productions:  ‘Fairy May’ The Curious Savage, ‘Ida’ See How They Run, and many more on the HCT stage, My Big Fat Utah Wedding and many more for Desert Star Playhouse, White People for SLAC, Side Man for the Egyptian Theatre.  For film and television:  Wish Upon A Star, Don’t Look Under the Bed, Anya’s Bell, as well as episodes for Touched By An Angel and Promised Land.  “I’m a very grateful girl.  Love to Tom, Tyrus, Kaitlin and Jamie.”
     

Brighton Sloan
Stephanie Crawford
  To Kill A Mockingbird marks the HCT stage debut for Brighton.  But, she is no stranger to the stage, having been seen in Romeo & and Juliet ‘The Nurse’ and The Tempest ‘Prospero’ for BYU.  Other venues:  ‘Mina Harker’ Dracula and ‘Ida’ See How They Run.  Some favorite shows Brighton has directed are:  Jane Eyre, Pride and Prejudice, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Parade.  Brighton holds a Bachelor of Theater Arts from BYU and is currently working as support and training at Basecamp Franchising.  “For my real life Atticus.  Love you Poppa.”
     

Kris Matthews
Mrs. Dubose
  Kris is no stranger to the HCT stage, but it’s been a few years since we’ve seen her perform.  So happy to have you back, Kris.  Some of her favorites:  The Curious Savage, See How They Run and You Can’t Take it With You, all on the HCT stage, and The Sound of Music at The Grand Theatre.  Kris has an AA degree from BYU-Idaho and is happily retired.  “When our daily activities are in concert with our highest priorities, we have a credible claim to inner peace.
     

Brandon Green
Boo Radley / Mr. Gilmer
  Brandon’s favorite roles have been ‘Duncan Penrose’ in Gardner Village’s Witchapalooza, ‘Jonathan Brewster’ in Arsenic and Old Lace, Will Stockdale’ in No Time for Sergeants, and ‘Ellard Simms’ in The Foreigner. Other HCT roles include ‘Phelim O’Shaughnessy’ in Is He Dead?  He has performed at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre, Utah Children’s Theatre and Sugar Factory Playhouse.
     

Michael Hohl
Heck Tate
  Michael was most recently seen as ‘Mr. Fezziwig/Solicitor 1’ in A Christmas Carol and as ‘Pap Finn’ Big River, ‘Lord Astor’ Peter and the Starcatcher and ‘Teddy’ Arsenic and Old Lace.  For other local theatres: ‘Freddy’ Noises Off!, and ‘King Richard’ Robin Hood.  Michael holds a BS in Business Management from Westminster College and is VP of Sales for a new start-up company, SHOTBOX. “Michael dedicates this show to his father-in-law - an attorney, theater producer and righteous father to his family.””
     

Harry Bonner
Reverend Sykes
  Harry was last seen on the HCT stage as ‘Jim’ in Big River.  Other favorite roles: ‘Jim’ Big River for Rodgers Memorial Theatre and Sundance Summer Theatre, and ‘Booker T. Washington’ in Ragtime. Another favorite role is ‘Walter Lee Younger’ in the musical Raisin. He studied vocal training with Debra Bonner, and theater training with Gladys Bonner and Kuregiy Hekymara.  Harry currently is the Technical Coordinator for Debra Bonner Unity Gospel Choir and is retired.  Harry holds a Master of Science Degree in Natural Resources from the  University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology-Anthropology from Oberlin College.  “I feel blessed to share the same stage as my very talented son, Yahosh Bonner.  This experience reminds me to continue to dream big, serve others and know that it’s all possible with God’s help!”
     

Camrey Bagley Fox
Mayella Ewell
  Camrey lists as some of her favorite roles:  ‘Caitlin’ in Mockingbird for Pygmalion Productions, ‘Ariel’ The Tempest at WSU and ‘Elizabeth Fezziwig’ A Christmas Carol at HCT.  Camrey has a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theater degree from WSU.  When not working on her family’s YouTube channel, Working With Lemons, Camrey teaches preschool dance, works as a birthday party performer, and does as much film work as she can!  “Huge thanks to my husband, Jeremy, for supporting my crazy show business life!  Love you!”
     

Matt Kohler
Bob Ewell
  Matt has been on the HCT stage as ‘Jacob Marley/Undertaker’ in A Christmas Carol for a number of years.  Previously seen on the HCT stage in Big Fish, Arsenic and Old Lace, ‘The Child Catcher’ Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and at Desert Star in Dracula.  Matt has studied theatre arts at USU and works at Solutionreach.  “Happy wife Happy life!”
     

Zac Zumbrunnen
Walter Cunningham / Judge Taylor
  Zac was last seen as ‘Cogsworth’ in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and counts it as one of his favorite roles.  Other roles include:  ‘Alf’ in Peter and the Starcatcher, ‘Mr. Maraczek’ in She Loves Me, ‘Goran the Spy’ in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and ‘Harry Brock’ in Born Yesterday, all on the HCT stage.  Zac holds a BFA in Theater Education from the U of U and teaches drama at Evergreen Junior High School.
     

Yahosh Bonner
Tom Robinson
  To Kill A Mockingbird marks the HCT stage debut for Yahosh.  Yahosh has a Bachelor’s in Communication Studies from the University of Northern Colorado and a Masters in Professional Communication from Southern Utah University.  Yahosh can be seen teaching Student Success and Leadership Courses at American Leadership Academy in Spanish Fork, Utah, and Coaches their Varsity Boys Basketball Team.  “With God all things are possible.”
     

Anthony LeRoy Lovato
Nathan Radley / Mob / Clerk
  Anthony lists as some of his favorites roles:  The Three Musketeers, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, No Time For Sergeants and A Christmas Carol, all for HCT and The 39 Steps at CenterPoint Legacy Theater.  Anthony has attended USU and is currently an Audiobook Narrator on Audible.com.  You can search his name on Amazon.com to see all of the titles he’s narrated.  He also drives for Uber.  “There is no stronger why than love!”  #ilovewhatido
     

Liz Chapman
Aunt Alexandra / Mob
  Liz has many favorite roles and here are just a few:  ‘Miss Scatcherd/Mrs. Dent/Bertha’ Jane Eyre, ‘Sister’ Damn Yankees (HCTO); ‘Sarah’ Beau Jest, ‘Aunt Eller’ Oklahoma!, ‘Clelia Waldgrave’ The Nerd (HCT); ‘Maggie’ Dancing at Lughnasa, ‘Lucky’ Waiting for Godot (BYU-Idaho); ‘Yente’ Fiddler on the Roof (Playmill Theatre).  Liz has also done various film, television & commercial projects throughout Utah.  Liz has a BS in Theatre Education and English Education from BYU-Idaho and is currently pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing from Lindenwood University’s online program, and is expected to graduate in Fall of 2017.  Liz is a part-time receptionist at Royter Snow Design, as well as a part-time student, full-time actress, writer, and aunt.  “For the Central Park Five:  Anton McCray, Raymond Santana, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, and Korey Wise.  Black and Latino teenagers, falsely accused and convicted by a jury for the murder and rape of a white woman in 1989.  Exonerated by DNA evidence in 2002.”
     

NOW PLAYING

To Kill a Mockingbird
Apr 15 - May 20, 2017

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An American Treasure by Harper Lee. Lauded as one of the finest classics of all time. Experience with young Scout as she is taught respect, tolerance and love by her father, attorney Atticus Finch, who is acclaimed as one of the noblest characters in all of literature. By Christopher Sergel. Too important and exquisite to miss.

**Content Advisory - The show is set in the Depression-era South. It includes racist language, mild violence, and discussions of rape. We recommend this show for those 12 years of age and older.**

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Mon-Sat evenings at 7:30p.m.
Sat Matinees at 12:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

PRICES

Adults: 
Weekday Matinees  $34
Evenings and Saturday Matinees  $37

Youth (K-12):  $18
No children under five permitted


RUNNING TIME:   2 hours 30 minutes with intermission


Pre-order concessions for Intermission. Day of performance only. Must be ordered no more than 2 hours before show time.
 

*Tickets to sold out performances may be available on the day of the performance. Contact the box office at 801-984-9000 .