[image-1]Our favorite part about Charleston Stage productions — other than their killer sets and quality performers — are their PNC pay-as-you-please nights, which allow the average theater-goer to see a play for as little as $10. Yep, you and your family of four can hit the town for less than it costs to fill up your minivan with gas.

Tickets for Charleston Stage’s current show, To Kill a Mockingbird, go on sale tomorrow morning (a.k.a. late tonight) at 12:01 a.m. Get your tickets online — and get ’em fast, these shows often sell out. Tomorrow’s performance kicks off at the Dock Street Theatre at 7:30 p.m.

To Kill a Mockingbird, in case you skipped out on eighth grade English class, is the tale of a little girl named Scout, her brother Jem, and her friend Dill, and the guidance of Scout’s father, lawyer Atticus Finch. This year’s production (the theater’s fifth showing of the play in its 40 years), features local actor Victor Clark as Atticus Finch.

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