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Review: ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ tour arrives in Chicago — the Aaron Sorkin version will have you pondering this story all over again

Early in Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird,” young Scout Finch starts telling us about a courtroom. She looks upon the seat of justice in fictional Maycomb, Alabama, through a child’s eye, of course. But she does so with the reverence of a girl who will grow up to be a lawyer. She has been raised by her father Atticus to see the court as a church or a chapel, an ...

Paulina Porizkova on Relationship with 'Wonderful' Ex-Boyfriend Aaron Sorkin: 'He Helped Heal Me'

Paulina Porizkova is reflecting on her relationship with Aaron Sorkin. While chatting with PEOPLE (the TV Show!) senior correspondent Jeremy Parsons, the former supermodel, 56, couldn't stop raving about her ex — much like she did in a July Instagram post confirming the couple's split last year, in which she wrote, "I'm so grateful for his presence in my life. He helped heal me and reclaim myself."
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Paulina Porizkova Reflects On How Ex-Boyfriend Aaron Sorkin Helped 'Heal' Her

Paulina Porizkova is looking back on her past relationship with Aaron Sorkin. The supermodel couldn't help but rave about her old flame while talking to People (the TV Show!) senior correspondent Jeremy Parsons in an interview posted Friday, April 1. "He's a wonderful, wonderful man who I am still friends with," the 56-year-old candidly said of her former beau, with whom she call it quits last year.
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Paulina Poritzkova regained sense of self with Aaron Sorkin

Paulina Porizkova has praised Aaron Sorkin for helping her to "heal". The 56-year-old model split from the 'West Wing' creator last summer after over a year of dating but they have remained friends and she will always be grateful for their time together because it helped her to "regain a sense of [herself] as a woman".

Broadway: Aaron Sorkin to Write New Book for Fall “Camelot,” Will “New Version” Replace Old?

“Camelot” is being revived by Lincoln Center for the fall on Broadway. Aaron Sorkin and Bartlett Sher ar reuniting from their hit version of “To Kill a Mockingbird.”. When the duo took over “Mockingbird,” they killed off the existing version that has toured the US for years. Sorkin’s version was considered “new” and not a revival. Producer Scott Rudin made small theater companies cry.

Aaron Sorkin is returning to Broadway with new ‘Camelot’ revival

Aaron Sorkin is heading back to Broadway for the new production of “Camelot.” The “Being the Ricardos” director will be reimagining the Lerner & Loewe musical and reviving it at the Lincoln Center Theater. Preview performances are scheduled to begin on Nov. 3, with opening night set for Dec. 8 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. Both casting and the design team will be announced at a later time. André Bishop is at the helm as artistic director. Sorkin, 60, is penning the book and will be reunited with Bartlett Sher, the director of his smash hit, Tony-winning “To Kill A Mockingbird” play. “It was...

Aaron Sorkin on Returning to Broadway With ‘Camelot’ Revival: “It Was the Fastest I’ve Ever Said Yes to Anything”

Camelot is coming back to Broadway. Lincoln Center Theater revealed details today for a new production inspired by the world of Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot and under the tutelage of artistic director André Bishop, writer Aaron Sorkin and director Bartlett Sher.More from The Hollywood ReporterOscar Nominations: Lady Gaga, 'House of Gucci' Snubbed While Jessica Chastain Surprises"I Knew If I Could Write to That Moment ... I Have a Chance of Writing a Good Screenplay": 'THR Presents' Q&A With Aaron Sorkin and the Cast of 'Being the Ricardos'THR 'Sound Bites': Chatting With the Composers of 'Annette' and 'Being the Ricardos' Performances are scheduled...