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Justin Mark

 
Bio:
Justin Mark is an actor, known for FBI: Most Wanted (2020), Gotham (2014) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Justin Mark is an actor, known for FBI: Most Wanted (2020), Gotham (2014) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). (read complete bio)
 

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Steven Lee Johnson (“Dill Harris”), Melanie Moore (“Scout Finch”) and Justin  Photo

Steven Lee Johnson (“Dill Harris”), Melanie Moore (“Scout Finch”) and Justin Mark (“Jem Finch”)

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Justin Mark (“Jem Finch”), Richard Thomas (“Atticus Finch”), Melanie Moore (“Scout Finch”) and Steven Lee Johnson (“Dill Harris”)

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Anthony Natale (“Link Deas”), Melanie Moore (“Scout Finch”), Steven Lee Johns Photo

Anthony Natale (“Link Deas”), Melanie Moore (“Scout Finch”), Steven Lee Johnson (“Dill Harris”) and Justin Mark (“Jem Finch”)

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Travis Johns (“Boo Radley”), Melanie Moore (“Scout Finch”), Steven Lee Johnso Photo

Travis Johns (“Boo Radley”), Melanie Moore (“Scout Finch”), Steven Lee Johnson (“Dill Harris”) and Justin Mark (“Jem Finch”)

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Justin Mark, Richard Thomas, Melanie Moore and Steven Lee Johnson Photo

Justin Mark, Richard Thomas, Melanie Moore and Steven Lee Johnson

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Justin Mark Biography

Justin Mark is an actor, known for FBI: Most Wanted (2020), Gotham (2014) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999).




Justin Mark News

BWW Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD National Tour, DPAC Photo BWW Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD National Tour, DPAC
by Nicole Ackman - Aug 5, 2022

Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s classic 1960 novel TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD opened on Broadway in 2018. (Yes, that Aaron Sorkin). Directed by Bartlett Sher, the play transports the audience to Alabama in 1934, where Atticus Finch is representing a Black man falsely accused of sexual assault.

Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Belk Theater Photo Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Belk Theater
by Perry Tannenbaum - Jul 28, 2022

Amid a banquet of juicy roles doled out by Aaron Sorkin in his adaptation of Harper Lee's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, Richard Thomas feasts the fullest, delivering the most powerful, staggering work I’ve seen from him in my 59+ years of watching his most memorable performances live on Broadway, live in Charlotte, and on TV.

Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Academy Of Music Photo Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Academy Of Music
by Tony Oriente - Jul 14, 2022

The Kimmel Cultural Campus has a masterful work currently playing at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, before heading out on the rest of its first national tour. Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s to Kill a Mockingbird, directed by Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher, is a powerhouse of a production that is filled to the brim with excellent direction, haunting score, and stellar performances.

Supernatural Thriller THE SUMMONED to Be Released on VOD Thursday Photo Supernatural Thriller THE SUMMONED to Be Released on VOD Thursday
by Michael Major - Jul 5, 2022

Directed by Meir with a script by Jewish-Ukrainian writer Yuri Baranovsky, THE SUMMONED's powerful cast features J. Quinton Johnson (Hamilton on Broadway, AMC's The Son), Emma Fitzpatrick (THE SOCIAL NETWORK), Salvador Chacon (FX's Mayans M.C.), Angela Gulner (Netflix's GLOW), and Freddy Douglas (Hallmark's The Odyssey).

Photos/Video: First Look at the National Tour of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Photo Photos/Video: First Look at the National Tour of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
by Stephi Wild - Jun 27, 2022

All new production photos and footage have been released for the First National Tour of To Kill a Mockingbird. Check out the photos and video here!

Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Kennedy Center Photo Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Kennedy Center
by David Friscic - Jun 27, 2022

Harper Lee’s classic book To Kill A Mockingbird has a legion of fans and so does the 1962 film but it would be best to forget the source material and simply savor the theatricality of the play To Kill A Mockingbird now playing at the Kennedy Center.  Playwright Aaron Sorkin has written a stage adaptation that succeeds beautifully on its own terms. 

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Starring Richard Thomas to Begin Performances at the Kennedy Ce Photo TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Starring Richard Thomas to Begin Performances at the Kennedy Center in June
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2022

The Kennedy Center engagement of To Kill a Mockingbird, Academy Award® winner Aaron Sorkin’s new play, directed by Tony® winner Bartlett Sher and based on Harper Lee’s classic novel, will play the Kennedy Center’s Opera House, June 21–July 10, 2022. Find out how to get tickets, who is in the cast and more.

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Starring Richard Thomas is Coming to Philadelphia's Kimmel Cult Photo TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Starring Richard Thomas is Coming to Philadelphia's Kimmel Cultural Campus
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 23, 2022

The Kimmel Cultural Campus, in partnership with The Shubert Organization, will present the history-making production of To Kill a Mockingbird in a Philadelphia premiere engagement, July 12 – 24, 2022 at the Campus’ Academy of Music.

BWW Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Brings to Life American Classic at James M. Nederla Photo BWW Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Brings to Life American Classic at James M. Nederlander Theatre
by Kathleen Anwar - May 22, 2022

This touring production brought to life by Aaron Sorkin brings home a story that is so central to our culture and history; truly a must-see for anyone who cares to understand more about the best- and worst- of America. Read our critic's review.

BWW Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Connor Palace Photo BWW Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Connor Palace
by Roy Berko - Apr 29, 2022

The mockingbird is noted for its ability to duplicate the sounds they hear. The bird's reference in the title of Harper Lee's epic novel, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD supposedly refers to the statements of prejudice that are repeated over and over in the book's famous trial. Statements about Blacks, Jews, the more and less educated, the economic class of a person. The only way to stop the sounds is to destroy the source.