Iberville Community Theatre presents “To Kill a Mockingbird” Aug. 22-25

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Iberville Community Theatre will present performances of “To Kill a Mockingbird” Aug. 22-25 in the courtroom of Plaquemine City Hall. Jean Louise as an adult is played by Gina LoBue and Jean Louise, “Scout” as a child, is played by her daughter, Isabella LoBue.

PLAQUEMINE - Iberville Community Theatre will present performances of "To Kill a Mockingbird" Aug. 22-25 in the courtroom of Plaquemine City Hall.

The theatre committee is extremely excited about the opportunity to work with the Mayor and his representatives.

"The venue truly sets the mood for the play," co-director Rhonda Harrell said.

Performances will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday with matinee performances at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Special tickets to sit in the Jury section are also available.

Tickets can be purchased at Hop-N-Shop, Plaquemine Chiropractic Clinic, or online at www.wearethedifference.org. Jury seats can only be purchased through Rhonda Harrell at 225-687-2029.

The role of Tom Robinson will be played by Charles "Skeeta" Jenkins, a graduate from Plaquemine High School. He has authored children's books and had appearances in several movies.

The role of Atticus Finch will be played by local attorney, Chad Brown. Jean Louise as an adult is played by Gina LoBue and Jean Louise, "Scout" as a child, is played by her daughter, Isabella.

Jem Finch is played by Nathaniel Clause and his sister, Constance fills the role of Mayella Ewell. Grease star, Felipe Martinez plays the role of Bob Ewell. The role of Dill is played by Jacob Brown and Indya Pierre stars as Calpurnia.

Miss Maudie is played by Peggy Allain and the roles of Miss Stephanie and Mrs. Dubose are filled by Melissa Seidule and Michelle Fraternali, respectfully.

Walter Cunningham is played by Mike Watts. Stephen Orcino is cast as Nathaniel and Boo Radley. Reverend Sykes is played by local minister, Reverend Page.

The role of Heck Tate is played by Vernon Clark. John "Plug" Barlow is cast in the role of Judge Taylor and Shaddreka Jones-Jackson plays Helen. Gary Burns completes the cast in the role of Mr. Gilmer.

Burns also serves as co-director alongside Rhonda Harrell.