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To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway tickets can be easily purchased online before you travel. This saves time and money. To Kill a Mockingbird, writer Harper Lee’s debut novel, was published in 1960 and quickly became a huge success. This story, inspired by her own childhood in the American state of Alabama, has now been reimagined for the stage. The play is being performed in the Shubert Theatre, on Broadway.
Racism in Alabama
The story is narrated via the eyes and voice of Scout, a character based on the author herself. She grew up in a small village in southern America, where racism is a regular part of daily life. Her father, Atticus Finch, based on Harper Lee’s own father, is a lawyer. He is asked to defend a black man accused of rape. The case causes a lot of commotion, both within the village, and the Finch family.
How to buy To Kill a Mockingbird Tickets?
It is easy to buy tickets for To Kill a Mockingbird with the link below. I recommend buying tickets online before your trip to New York. Why? A lot of shows are very popular and are often sold out. You’ll also save time and money and most importantly you don’t have to stress about finding tickets when you are in New York.
Buying a ticket is simple:
- Click on the link and select the date you want to go
- Fill in your information and pay
- Check your email for the confirmation and voucher
- Exchange your voucher at the theatre on the day of the show with valid photo ID
Seats are assigned by the theatre, which is why you won’t know your exact seating at the time of booking. Seat numbers will be clearly marked on the tickets. For bookings up to 4 people you are guaranteed seating next to one another. With larger groups the theatre will try its best.
Send me an email at email@example.com if you want to book for groups of 12 people or more.
- Minimum age: Recommended for 12+. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
- Duration: 2 hours and 35 minutes
- Location: Shubert Theatre, 225 West 44th Street
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