This elegant, fast-paced version of Shakespeare’s bloody tale bursts with suspense and theatrical magic, presenting the whole play in a quick-brewed 55 minutes. Using much of Shakespeare’s original text, Macbeth’s fate to be King is foretold by three weird sisters – but is he told of his destiny or given a dangerous riddle of temptation? Macbeth’s reckless ambition will stop at nothing in his quest to become King. But when he stumbles un an avalanche of fear and betrayal, he inevitably crafts his own tragic downfall. Quick Brewed Macbeth originally developed by Shakespeare Festival St. Louis won a Kevin Kline Award in 2003. Join us for a production by Prison Performing Arts featuring some PEP students!
Adapted from Shakespeare’s Macbeth
by Christopher Limber and Andrew Michael Neiman
Organized by Prison Performing Arts
RSVP is required. All attendees must be at least 18-years-old.
The Missouri Department of Corrections requires information for a Criminal History Check Screening.
RSVP DEADLINE: Monday, April 15, 2019
This production of Quick-Brewed Macbeth is dedicated to the loving memory of Jerry McAdams. On April 25th, the Visitors Room will be dedicated to Jerry’s Memory, as well and named the Jerry McAdams Prison Performing Arts Theatre. An oil portrait of Jerry, by inmate Martin Stillwell, and a dedication plaque will live in the space in memory of Jerry.
Thursday, April 25th, 2019
Missouri Eastern Correctional Center
18701 US Highway 66
Pacific, MO 63069
1:00pm Matinee (12:30pm check-in)
6:30pm Evening (6:00pm check-in)