The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later
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In 1998, Matthew Shepard, a gay college student at the Univ. of Wyoming in Laramie, was tied to a fence, brutally beaten and left for dead. By the following day, Matthew’s attack and the town of Laramie had become a focus internationally; six days later, he died, and five weeks later members of Tectonic Theater Project went to Laramie and conducted interviews with people from the town, resulting a The Laramie Project, a script which has had national and international acclaim. InView more
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Extend the experience of the play by joining us on Zoom for these conversations. All links to talks will be posted here when available:• Thursday, Oct. 15, 9p: Post-show discussion with members of the Laramie production team.https://cod.zoom.us/j/89794770129• Monday, Oct. 19, 12p: Online Panel Discussion “How to find your voice as an activist and create a better community” featuring:– Connie Canaday Howard, Director Laramie and Theater Dept. Chair– Dennis Emano, COD Professor/Counselor– Jacob Kniep, Founder/President OUTspoken IL– Dana Thompson, COD Professor/Counselorhttps://cod.zoom.us/j/8817007514• Friday, Oct. 23, 9p: Post-show discussion with Director and Actors from Laramiehttps://cod.zoom.us/j/85453446525• Sunday, Oct. 25, 5p: Post-show discussion with Jason Marsden, Exec. VP Matthew Shepard Foundation and personal friend of Matthewhttps://cod.zoom.us/j/85799674747
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