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Tinley Park High School Presents "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Watch the Tinley Park High School Drama Group's performance of To Kill a Mockingbird.
Show times are 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Admission is $5 per person.
For tickets and information, contact Wendy Bumphis at email@example.com.
This story takes place in Alabama during the Great Depression and explores the themes of racial inequality and childhood innocence.
The student Stage Manager for the show is Junior Gabby Faloona who will also play the role of Walter Cunningham; Becca Biernacki will be in charge of lighting and sound for the production; the Introduction will be read by Jordan Fisher and Anthony DeFries; Scout will be played by Gabrielle Fabiano and Madison Ross-Ryan; Jem will be played by Brian Munoz; and Kevin Mell will play his father, Atticus.
Calpurnia will be Makele McCain, Jeslynn McDonald, Katrese Allen, and Aja Williams; Maudie will be played by Marissa Hawkins and Carly Crusius; Christa Pavlick and Emily Lannan will portray Stephanie Crawford; Mrs. Dubose will be played by Arianna Dupleehan and Ciara Requireme; Jeff Lyon will play Dill; and Heck Tate will be played by Edward Etayen.
Eric Alexander will play both Boo Radley and Judge Taylor; Reverend Sykes will be played by Keajha Watkins and Asante Dennis; Brianne Haustein and Vicki Beck will play Mayella Ewell; Bob Ewell will be played by Kenneth Potocki and Amir Owens; and Gavonta Gage will play Tom Robinson.
Mr. Gilmer will be played by Bobby Mathius and Kendyle Arden; the Clerk of Court will be Stephanie Arnold and Sarah “Cat” Aamon.
The Crew for the play includes Erin Jones, Peggie Kokaner, Kerri Fitzgibbons and Rachel Corbin.
More About Tinley Park High School
One of four schools in Bremen High School District 228, Tinley Park High School opened in 1961. Dr. Theresa Nolan is principal of the school, which has more than 1,100 students from Tinley Park, Oak Forest, Markham and Country Club Hills. The Tinley Park Titans offer a full contingent of classes, sports, clubs and activities.
The school's overall performance on state tests is below the state average, although its performance on the Prairie State Achievement Examination is habitually above state average.