Mockingbird

Mockingbird

A young artist on the autism spectrum finds healing and community following the loss of her brother.
The Playhouse at Overture Center
February 22 - March 1

 

Mockingbird

Eleven-year old Caitlin is a talented young artist on the autism spectrum. Her older brother Devon always helped Caitlin make sense of the world. He was her best friend. But when a tragic school shooting takes Devon’s life, Caitlin must navigate the world without his guidance. A must-see story about community, healing, and the power of resiliency. Directed by Erica Berman!


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DID YOU KNOW? Sensory Kits are available at all performances, including noise reducing headphones. (Thanks to CI Pediatric Therapy Center!)

Join us after each performance for an engaging conversation with the actors and special guests, where we will explore the themes and topics in the play.

Recommended for ages 10 and up
Themes:
Family, Love and Loss, Resiliency
Things to Know: This story features: family and a community recovering from the aftermath of a school shooting, complex communication between characters in difficult circumstances, moments of loss. NOTE: There are no depictions of gun violence in this show.

Sponsored by Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company

Based on the book by Kathryn Erskine
Adapted by Julie Jensen

Show Dates - February 22 - March 1

Friday Saturday Sunday
 
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2:30pm #*
7:00pm #+
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2:30pm #*
 
 
 
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2:30pm #∆+
7:00pm #*
1
2:30pm #*

LEGEND:  # Family Pack   ∆ Sign Language Interpreted *Mattie Olson plays Caitlin +Amelie LaBarre plays Caitlin

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