Public Performances

JULIUS CAESAR
Public Performances
May 8-11, 2017 at 6:00 pm
Luther Luckett Correctional Complex
LaGrange, KY

Reservation Requests will be available April 1, 2017.

Questions? Please contact SBB|LLCC Director/Facilitator  Matt Wallace at matt@kyshakespeare.com.

Call Number: Case PR2752 .B4 1774 vol. 5 Author: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Uniform Title: Works. 1774 Title: Bell’s edition of Shakespeare’s plays : as they are now performed at the Theatres Royal in London; regulated from the prompt books of each house : by permission, with notes critical and illustrative / by the authors of the dramatic censor. Published: London : Printed for John Bell ... and C. Etherington at York, 1774. Physical Description: 9 v. : ill., ports. ; 20 cm. (12 mo) Contents: v. 1. Introduction to Shakspeare’s plays, containing an essay on oratory. Macbeth. As you like it. Othello. All’s well that ends well. -- v. 2. King Lear. Romeo and Juliet. The merchant of Venice. Much ado about nothing. Cymbeline. -- v. 3. King Richard the Third. The merry wives of Windsor. Hamlet. The tempest. Measure for measure. -- v. 4. King John. The first part of Henry IV. The second part of Henry IV. King Henry V. King Henry VIII. -- v. 5. Julius Caesar. Timon of Athens. The winter’s tale. Coriolanus. Twelfth night, or What you will. -- v. 6. The two gentlemen of Verona. The taming of the shrew. Troilus and Cressida. Antony and Cleopatra. -- v. 7. King Richard II. The first part of King Henry VI. The second part of King Henry VI. The third part of King Henry VI. -- v. 8. Titus Andronicus. The comedy of errors. A midsummer night’s dream. Love’s labour lost. -- v. 9. Poems. Other Name: Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784. Bell, John, ed.

“Myth: People never change. Oh, but they do. Drastically and permanently. This occurred to me when I watched the Shakespeare Behind Bars production of Romeo and Juliet at Luther Luckett Prison last night. These men cannot re-do the day that sealed their fate, but they have become better men while they are serving their time. I admire that.” – audience member

Public performances are held each year at Luther Luckett Correctional Complex in LaGrange, KY. Performance dates for the 21st Season of Shakespeare Behind Bars' Twelfth Night will be May 9-12, 2016.

A background check and security clearance are required to attend an SBB performance.
(If you are currently on an SBB inmate’s visiting list, please note the inmate’s name and you do not need to submit social security number, date of birth, or driver’s license number.  If you are a KY Department of Corrections employee or KY Department of Corrections state ID volunteer, you do not need to submit social security number, date of birth, or driver’s license number.)

SBB donors and inmate family members receive reservation priority.
To obtain reservation priority, we invite you to make a tax-deductible donation today!

For more information, contact LLCC Facilitator Matt Wallace.

"Blown away as always to our annual homage to Shakespeare Behind Bars at Luther Luckett Correctional Complex. An amazingly poignant production left us in tears and humbled by the opportunity to support these guys in their work.”
– audience member

“We are still stunned and moved by last night’s performance.” – audience member

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