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  • Feb 12

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 13

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 14

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 18

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 19

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 20

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 21

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 25

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 26

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 27

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Feb 28

    adapted from the novel by Harper Lee This brilliant coming-of-age story, told from a child's perspective, shows us all how understanding and courage can triumph over hatred.

  • Mar 10

    by Eric Bogosian This disturbingly modern portrait of young, restless, and disaffected Americans is as relative today as it was when it premiered in 1994. Bogosian's "characters seethe with large, caustic doses of humor,...