"To Kill a Mockingbird" is going to be performed after all at the Kavinoky Theatre – eight months later than planned.
The Kavinoky – forced to cancel the show's classic version days before opening – and nine other theaters have reached an agreement with Broadway producer Scott Rudin and writer Aaron Sorkin to perform an adapted version now on Broadway at no charge.
The cancellations were due to a contractual dispute between the producer and the Dramatic Publishing Company, which licenses the show.
Executive Artistic Director Loraine O'Donnell said many of the cast members will return to their roles when the show opens Nov. 8 in Kavinoky's 40th anniversary season.
Also on Kavinoky's 2019-2020 season: "Hairspray," "The Bridges of Madison County," "Indecent" and "The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful."