Count Time! The Life and Times of Patricia Prewitt—One Woman Play
Friday, June 21, 2019—7:30 pm
A solo performance by Elizabeth Ann Townsend – Awarded Best Production in the 2016 St. Lou Fringe Festival.
In the early morning hours of February 18, 1984, Patty Prewitt was dragged from her bed where she had been sleeping soundly next to her husband, Bill. The intruder shot Bill Prewitt twice then sexually assaulted Patty. Two days later, Patty was arrested and later wrongfully convicted of his murder.
Patty has been in prison since 1986, sentenced to a minimum of 50 years for a crime she did not commit. Patty will not be eligible for parole until 2036. After the solo performance, guest speakers will share their perspective on Ms. Prewitt’s plight. Fee: $20 Sign up in Rising Thought Bookstore.