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February 8, 2009

To Kill A Mockingbird: First Dress

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 3:38 pm

Saturday we had our first dress rehearsal for To Kill A Mockingbird at Memminger Auditorium.  This followed over 6 hours of technical rehearsals where we added lights, sound effects and rehearsed scene shifts.  (The play has 5 settings:  The Finch front porch and yard, the town jail, the Courthouse square, Atticus’s office and of course the courtroom which is pictured below.

Resident Costumer Barbara Young has outdone herself on the more than 3 dozen period costumes for the show.  Barbara has recreated 1935 Maycomb, Alabama with period costumes ranging from overalls to ladies hats and gloves to three piece men’s suits to period bloomers and union suits.

Set designer Stefanie Christensen’s original backdrop of the Maycomb County Courthouse is seen in the background.


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