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Northeast Correctional Center (NECC)
Bowling Green, MO
October 2018


Shakespeare's classic Romance comes to life in a 75-minute one act. The Banished Duke Prospero uses his magic for the last time to shipwreck his enemies upon his island prison. As he does and watches his daughter fall in love with a lost prince from Milan, he learns "The rarer action is / In virtue than in vengeance.” The Tempest is a play about reconciliation, forgiveness, and faith in future generations.


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Audience REVIEWS

“Just impressed with the talent.”

“I just appreciate you guys for giving them the opportunity to perform and loving on them. Everybody deserves a second chance at life.”

“I see that there is heart and talent within them still.”

“ It increased my hope that people can find happiness within these walls.”

“Individuals experiencing incarceration are HARD WORKING: this production required so much work.”

“This is great, it helps the inmates keeps them busy and excellent to give them true self confidence being in front of people and seeing appreciation.”

“I LOVED THIS! Best way to spend a Thursday night.”

“The show was wonderful. Everyone involved should be very proud. I will definitely be back.”