Tour Bios

Richard Thomas

as Atticus Finch


Broadway/Off-Broadway: The Little Foxes (Tony nom.), You Can’t Take It with You, Race, Democracy, Incident at Vichy, The Stendhal Syndrome (Lucille Lortel Award), A Naked Girl on the Appian Way, An Enemy of the People, Tiny Alice, The Front Page, The Fifth of July, innumerable Shakespeare productions, and his professional debut at 7 years old in Sunrise at Campobello on Broadway. National tours: The Humans (Elliot Norton Award) and Twelve Angry Men. Thomas is an Emmy Award-winning actor for his performance in the iconic series The Waltons. Film: Last Summer; Red Sky at Morning; September 30, 1955; Wonder Boys; Taking Woodstock; The Unforgivable. TV: The Americans, Billions, Tell Me Your Secrets and the Netflix series Ozark.

Maeve Moynihan

as Scout Finch


Regional: Guthrie Theater, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Park Square Theatre, Red Eye Theater, The Children’s Theatre Company, 7th House Theater and Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. TV: Blue Bloods. Education: University of MN/Guthrie BFA Actor Training Program. Huge thanks and love to my family and Mike. For my Nana.

Jacqueline Williams

as Calpurnia


Jacqueline is a multi-award winner whose Broadway credits include Horton Foote’s Pulitzer winner and Tony-nominated The Young Man from Atlanta (Clara) starring Rip Torn and Shirley Knight.  Off-Broadway credits include the internationally acclaimed production of From the Mississippi Delta (Phelia/Woman Two) co-produced by Oprah Winfrey, The Talented Tenth (Tanya), and Mill Fire (Widow Three).  Ms. Williams has a long association with Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, and Court Theatre, and is a frequent collaborator of Oscar recipient Tarell McCraney and Tina Landau.  Extensive regional credits include Arena Stage, Hartford Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, ACT Seattle, Portland Stage Co, Asolo Rep, and Mark Taper where she reprised her role in Head of Passes (Mae) opposite Phylicia Rashad.  Tours: Market Theatre of Johannesburg’s Born in the R.S.A (Thenjiwe) and Crowns (Mabel).  Film and recurring TV credits include season two of The Chi (realtor Mrs. Harriet Brown), Chicago Fire/Chicago Med/Chicago PD (Sergeant Beccera), Empire (Warden Meyers), Heartlock (Captain Rosalyn), The Breakup (Shondra), The Lake House (Madvi Patel). AMC’s 61st Street (Nurse Florence) and Amazon’s Paper Girls (Dr. Donna Metcalf).  Greatest blessing: daughter, Kara.

Justin Mark

as Jem Finch


Off-Off Broadway: This Beautiful Future (TheaterLab), In a Word (Cherry Lane). Shakespeare Theatre Company DC: Peter Pan & Wendy. TV: FBI Most Wanted, Law & Order SVU, Madam Secretary, Gotham. Education: Juilliard. Hometown: Portland, OR.

Yaegel T. Welch

as Tom Robinson


Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Play That Goes Wrong. National Tour: The Play That Goes Wrong. Off-Broadway: Fly, The Royale (Lincoln Center Theatre), The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek (Signature Theatre Company), The Revenger’s Tragedy (RedBull Theatre), The Acting Company, National Black Theatre. Regional: True Colors Theatre, Syracuse Stage, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Studio Theatre, The Wilma Theatre, The Arden Theatre, Arkansas Rep, PlayMakers Rep, Seattle Rep. Company member: Everyman Theatre. TV: The Blacklist, Braindead, Madame Secretary, Elementary, Harlem, and Getaway. Education: BA, Morehouse College; MFA, Brandeis University; MFA, The George Washington University Academy for Classical Acting.

Steven Lee Johnson

as Dill Harris


Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird. Off-Broadway: Nantucket Sleigh Ride (Lincoln Center Theater). Regional: Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Indecent (Yale Repertory Theatre); Beautiful Thing (Theater Latté Da); Mary’s Wedding (Chester Theatre Company); Clybourne Park, Uncle Vanya (Guthrie Theater). TV: Chicago Fire, Masterclass, HBO.  Johnson is a Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Education: Interlochen, BFA, University of Minnesota/Guthrie; MFA, Yale School of Drama.

Mary Badham

as Mrs. Henry Dubose


At the age of 10, Ms. Badham was chosen for the role of “Scout” for the feature film of To Kill a Mockingbird starring Gregory Peck and earned an Oscar nomination for her performance. At that time, she was the youngest person ever nominated for a supporting role. Since then, she has promoted the book and film’s message about social injustice across the US (including for the National Endowment of the Arts and two White House appearances) and received a US Speaker and Specialist Grant to participate in programs about To Kill a Mockingbird in Russia. Other Film: Erasing His Dark Past, This Property is Condemned with Robert Redford and Natalie Wood, Let’s Kill Uncle, Our Very Own with Allison Janney. TV: Dr. Kildare and Twilight Zone.

Ted Koch

as Bob Ewell

Ted was most recently seen as Rad in Days of Wine and Roses (Atlantic Theater Company). Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird, JUNK, The Pillowman, Death of a Salesman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Elling. National tours: Frost/Nixon, Death of a Salesman. Off-Broadway and Regional: The Gravediggers Lullaby and Abundance (TACT), Strange Interlude (Shakespeare Theatre), Donnybrook! (Irish Rep.), True West (Arena Stage, Helen Hayes nomination Best Actor), All’s Well That Ends Well (Goodman Theatre). TV/Film: Dear Edward, FBI Most Wanted, Succession, New Amsterdam, Bull, The Get Down, The Path, Blindspot, Elementary, The Americans, Punisher, Person of Interest, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, The Sopranos, The West Wing, Law & Order, Ed, Cold Souls, Hannibal, Englishman in New York, Death of a Salesman, Love to Leenya, Autumn in New York, Dinner Rush.

Jeff Still

as Judge Taylor

Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Minutes, Oslo, August: Osage County, Fish in the Dark, Therese Raquin, Lombardi, Bronx Bombers. Off-Broadway: Oslo, Our Town, Tribes, Orson’s Shadow. Regional: Red (Pittsburgh Public), Born Yesterday (Guthrie), Amadeus (Cardinal Stage), and 13 plays with Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

Christopher R Ellis

as Horace Gilmer


is thrilled to be working with such talented artists on such a monumentally important show. Favorite past credits include Frankenstein (The Creature, Cardinal Stage), Titus Andronicus (Lucious, Utah Shakes), Peter and the Starcatcher (Captain Falcon Scott), and To Kill a Mockingbird (Heck Tate, Utah Shakes). TV/Film: Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Redline, Empire, Power Book IV: Force, The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain. Education: BA Theatre, Idaho State University; MFA, Wayne State University.

Mariah Lee

as Mayella Ewell

Mariah returns to Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird after making her Broadway debut with the company in 2019.  New York Theatre: New Light Theatre Project, “the cell”, 59e59, Ensemble Studio Theatre. Regionally: Okoboji Summer Theatre, Southwest Shakespeare Company, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. Television: NBC, CBS, SHOWTIME. Film: Darya Zhuk’s The Real American. Training: William Esper Studio; BFA, Stephens College.

Travis Johns

as Sheriff Heck Tate


Travis has worked on stages all over the country. Theatre credits: West Coast premiere of Barbeque (Geffen Playhouse); West Coast premiere of Boy (LA Theatre Works); National Tour of In the Heat of the Night (LA Theatre Works); the world premiere of Atlanta (Geffen Playhouse); the West Coast premiere of National Pastime (Fremont Centre Theatre); Take Me Out (Ensemble Theatre Company). Film: Danny Collins (opposite Al Pacino), Term Life, Swelter (opposite Alfred Molina), Sound of My Voice, Adventures of Power, Dead Man Rising. TV: Westworld, Queen of the South, NCIS, CSI: Vegas, Truth Be Told, Fear the Walking Dead, Goliath, Bosch: Legacy, The Shrink Next Door. Travis was raised in Elizabethton, TN, graduated from Wake Forest University, and resides in Los Angeles.

Greg Wood

as Link Deas


Recent regional theatre credits: An Iliad (Poet), Cyrano de Bergerac (Cyrano) at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival; The Best Man (William Russell), The Humans (Erik Blake), Noises Off (Lloyd Dallas) at Walnut St. Theatre Philadelphia; A Christmas Carol (Scrooge), Skylight (Tom Sergeant) at McCarter Theatre Princeton New Jersey; Once (Da) at Arden Theatre Philadelphia. Film: The Sixth Sense, Signs, The Happening, A Gentlemen’s Game, Killing Emmett Young. TV: Dr. Death, Evil, The Blacklist, Law & Order, Ed, Hack, Homicide.

Anne-Marie Cusson

as Miss Stephanie, Dill’s Mother

Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird; Magic/Bird (u/s). Off-Broadway: Stalking The Bogeyman; Echoes of the War; Far And Wide. Select Regional: Native Gardens; Equus; Collected Stories; Good People; Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike. Syracuse Stage, Geva, Portland Center Stage, Asolo, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Delaware Theatre, Virginia Stage, Alabama Shakespeare. Film: The Good Shepherd, My Dead Boyfriend, A Nice Girl Like You. TV: FBI, VEEP, L&O: SVU, Mrs. Maisel, HBO’s The Gilded Age.

Ian Bedford

as Mr. Cunningham, Boo Radley


Broadway: Ink, To Kill a Mockingbird. On stages around the country: Eddie in Ivo van Hove’s A View From the Bridge (Goodman Theatre), Murder on the Orient Express (Hartford Stage), Oslo (Pioneer Theatre), Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), Beaux Stratagem and Richard III (Shakespeare Theatre, DC), School of Night (Mark Taper Forum), Our Town (La Jolla Playhouse), Lennie in Of Mice and Men (People’s Light), and title roles in Macbeth, Richard III, Henry V, and Henry VIII. Ian served as Associate Producer on the feature film The Promise, with Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac. On screen: Shameless, Chicago PD (recurring), Blue Bloods, Master, The Good Fight, God Friended Me, The Path, How to Get Away With Murder, Nurse Jackie, Unforgettable, Law & Order: SVU (recurring).

Lance Baker

as General Understudy

Chicago: A Red Orchid Theatre (ensemble member), Court, Chicago Shakespeare, Northlight, Goodman, Writers, Theater Wit, Victory Gardens, Chicago Dramatists, Steppenwolf, Marriott. Regional: Asolo (Sarasota FL), Maltz (Jupiter FL), St Louis Rep, Odyssey (Los Angeles CA). TV: The Bear, Dark Matter, Power Book IV: Force, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD. This is his first national tour.

Stephen Cefalu, Jr.

as General Understudy


Credits: The Cherry Orchard (Goodman Theatre); Mary Page Marlowe (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); End Days (Windy City Playhouse); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Redtwist Theatre, Jeff Nomination: Best Supporting Actor); The Gradient (St. Louis Rep, Theatre Circle Nomination: Outstanding Supporting Performer); PerkUP PerkUP (City Theatre); Scenes from a Court Life, Assassins (Yale Rep.); In A Word, Damsels, Brotherhood (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Slave Play (Original Cast at Yale Drama). TV/film: Shameless, Law and Order: SVU, Evil, This Afternoon. MFA: Yale School of Drama.

Denise Cormier

as Ensemble

Broadway: The Minutes, Linda Vista. National Tour: The Graduate. Theatre: Asolo Repertory, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Indiana Repertory, Pioneer Theatre, Cleveland Playhouse, Hudson Valley Shakespeare. TV: Search Party, The Affair, Law & Order: CI. MFA: ACA-Shakespeare Theatre DC. 2017 Lunt-Fontanne Fellow.

Rae Gray

as Ensemble

Broadway: The Real Thing (Roundabout). International: The Beacon (Druid/Gate, IRL). Regional: Domesticated, Slowgirl, The Book Thief, Wedding Band (Steppenwolf); Graveyard Shift, The Little Foxes, A Christmas Carol (Goodman); Slowgirl (Geffen); Queens (La Jolla Playhouse); King Charles III (Chicago Shakespeare); Sunday in the Park with George (Ravinia). TV: A League of Their Own, Justified: City Primeval, American Rust, Power Book IV: Force, Fear the Walking Dead, Grace and Frankie, For the People, Sea Oak, Boardwalk Empire, Shameless, The Resident, Bull, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Chicago Med. Animated TV: Bossy Bear, Adventure Time. Film: Slice (A24), I Do…Until I Don’t, The Robbery (Sundance Selection), Dismissed, and Invitation to a Murder. Rae is a graduate of the University of Chicago and a Rivendell Theatre Ensemble Member.

Greg Jackson

as Ensemble

Broadway: A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder, The Lion King (Nat’l Tour). Off-Broadway: The 39 Steps, Duet!, Go-Go Kitty, GO! Regional: Ogunquit Playhouse, Portland Center Stage, Cleveland Playhouse, Maltz Jupiter, St. Louis Rep, Geva, Pioneer, Cape Playhouse, Weston Playhouse, Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Tennessee Rep, The Acting Company, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. TV: Blue Bloods, New Amsterdam. Love to Camille.

Joey LaBrasca

as Ensemble

Broadway: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Original Broadway Company), Regional: HPCC (San Francisco and Toronto Company), Lord of the Flies (Barrington Stage). TV/Film: Hightown (Starz), New Amsterdam (NBC), Follow Her. For Dad.

David Andrew Morton

as Ensemble

Last seen touring with the Broadway national company of Jersey Boys. TV/film: FBI: Most Wanted, Bumbld, Gothic Slayers. Comedy writer for “The Onion.” Grateful for Take 3 Talent. GO BLUE!

Andre Ozim

as Ensemble

Born in Oklahoma to a Nigerian Igbo Mother, Andre is a former paralegal who quit his internship in Wash, D.C. and moved to New York in search of finding his passion. Since then, Andre has won Best Actor Award at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival for his performance in one of his 1st films Jahar. Classically trained in Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Credits include film Beauty as Pastor Colman (Netflix, 2022), Power (Starz, 2020), FBI (CBS, 2018). Andre recently published Based on a True Love Story, available through Amazon, a children’s book for ages 5 and up. He hopes to get his book into schools nationwide and is very excited to join the TKAM tour.

Dorcas Sowunmi

as Ensemble

Selected theatre credits: Tiny Beautiful Things (The Old Globe Theatre); A Raisin in the Sun (Indiana Repertory Theatre & Syracuse Stage, SALT Award for Leading Actress); Nollywood Dreams (Cherry Lane Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Classical Theatre of Harlem); Mary Stuart, Measure for Measure (The Stratford Shakespeare Festival); Macbeth SS! (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Trust (Lookingglass Theatre); I, Barbara Jordan (Alley Theatre). TV/Film: New Amsterdam, Search Party, The Last O.G, Blacklist, Modern Love, Holiday in Harlem, Beneath the Fold. Dorcas has trained at The Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Training at The Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Canada, The School at Steppenwolf in Chicago, and Stella Adler Actor’s Studio in New York. She holds an MFA from The University of Texas at Austin. Love and gratitude to family, and friends.