On Monday, June 27th at 7 p.m., come hear “Atticus” at the Agawam Public Library. See and hear Richard Clark as he invokes Atticus Finch to step from the pages of “To Kill A Mockingbird” and brings to life the tragedy and triumph of Harper Lee’s classic novel. As a loving father, compassionate friend and uncompromising attorney, Atticus represents the divine spark in the human spirit. The courtroom drama, the poignant interactions between father and children, the harsh realities of bigotry and hatred blend to make this a compelling theatrical event. The time is 1930’s Alabama, but the truth is for now and always.
Mr. Clark has spent over 30 years in New England regional theater and New York theater. His “Keeping History Alive” shows are based on biographies, autobiographies, personal letters, books and the works of various playwrights.
To register for this event, call 789-1550 x109 or visit www.agawamlibrary.org. This program is sponsored by the Agawam Center Library Association.
Contact persons: Beverly Secondo 789-1550 ext. 102 – Wendy McAnanama ext. 116