As we start to welcome audiences back to Broadway, we're seeing incredible support from people who have missed the experience of live theatre, which of course includes students. We know the impact that theatre can have on the life of a young person and the opportunities available to them in the Broadway community can be life changing.
One show that particularly resonates with student groups is To Kill a Mockingbird, which reopens on Broadway on October 5, 2021. We recently had the chance to talk with director Bartlett Sher, and cast members Celia Keenan-Bolger and Yaegel T. Welch about their thoughts on the importance of students seeing the show, and what it means to tell the story now. Check out the video, and book your group tickets by visiting the show page at the bottom!