Aaron Sorkin, an Oscar-winning director and creator of the hit TV show “The West Wing,” now has a new adaptation of the classic novel “To Kill A Mockingbird” on Broadway. The reworked version of Harper Lee’s book has been nominated for nine Tony awards. Jeffrey Brown sits down with Sorkin and Jeff Daniels, who plays Atticus Finch, to discuss how this telling of the timeless story is different.

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