Jeff Daniels Says the To Kill a Mockingbird Play Changes People

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Published on May 21, 2019

Jeff Daniels talks about taking on the mantle of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, the impact of theater and his early career on Broadway.

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10 comments

  • Videos TokyoCowboys 5 months ago

    So true…live theater brings things to life in a very different way than books or movies can. So many books spring to life in a way their movie versions can’t on stage.

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  • Pam M 5 months ago

    I love To Kill A Mockingbird!

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  • catalinacurio 5 months ago

    To Kill A Mockingbird changed my life in a subtle but profound manner, I am so grateful it did so as I was being raised by two hateful bigots. đź’™

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  • WildwoodClaire1 5 months ago

    After that turd of a “lost” novel by Harper Lee was published a few years ago I was left wondering who actually wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird.” At the very least, the woman clearly received help from someone.

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  • Audrey Layhoon Giam 5 months ago

    I love Atticus

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  • bridge4 5 months ago

    hahaha “and then there are the teachers”. thats funny. that’d be my mom =))

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  • Jaime Johnesee 5 months ago

    I’m just here to say; “Mock (yeah), ing (yeah), bird (yeah), yeah, (yeah)”.

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  • Mitchell Krouth 5 months ago

    Old school is the best

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  • Charles R Hayden 5 months ago

    Every time I see him I cant stop thinking about Will Macavoy

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  • Joe O 5 months ago

    He is found guilty? Jeez a spoiler alert would have been nice!

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