I'm sorry if this has been discussed before, but is TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD selling any merchandise? I couldn't find any at the theater, though I admit I wasn't looking very thoroughly given the crowds navigating the theater. I did an online search but came up empty. Are any of the theater shops around Times Square selling anything?
I'm fairly certain I heard they were NOT selling anything. (I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong!)
They will, but it's anyone's guess as to when.
I definitely saw merchandise for sale in the downstairs lounge on 12/29. I honestly didn't get a good look, but I'm pretty there was a shirt that said something about consent, and I saw someone with a window card.
There was a merchandise kiosk/stand when I went a few weeks ago. I can't remember specifically, but there were magnets, posters, mugs, and apparel with and without quotations from the show/book. I remember being struck by not seeing the actual Harper Lee novel (or maybe I just missed it). They were selling a biography called "Atticus Finch".
musicaltheatrechick said: "Anybody know what merch they have currently?"I was there last Saturday and they had t shirts, baseball hats, mugs, magnets, books.....
It's so interesting than no merchandise is available online. Anywhere.
Shubert Alley Cat said: "Saw the show this afternoon. They have apparel, the windowcard, a souvenir program book, and other stuff. I got the program and the magnet. The merch is in the downstairs lounge area."Thank you! Do you recall if they had a coffee mug? I tend to collect souvenir mugs from the shows I see, especially if they’re larger mugs.
Shubert Alley Cat said: "Sorry Miles ... I don’t remember."No problem! Thanks! I’m seeing 8 shows and three concerts. I’ll be dropping some serious dime on merch with or without a TKAM mug. Lol. I’m pretty sure I already know I want the TKAM window card, program and magnet.
They do have a mug. It's black with a red interior and says "Joy cometh in the morning."
HasBeen1947 said: "They do have a mug. It's black with a red interior and says "Joy cometh in the morning.""Thanks!
I'm glad someone revived this thread because it reminded me to mention a comment/question about the merch. When I was there a month ago, they seemed to have a partnership going with some kind of foundation that supported racial justice in the criminal justice system, and were selling merch that seemed to be a collaboration between the foundation and the show. I can see the connection between the subject matter and that topic, and it seemed at a glance like a commendable organization to signal boost and support, but the stuff they were selling felt like first ideas that should have been long since thrown out, like a big sweatshirt with "TREYVON" in block letters on the chest and the Mockingbird logo on the side, which just feels shoehorned to me.
His name was Trayvon Martin.
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