THE LARAMIE PROJECT TICKETS
THE LARAMIE PROJECT
In October 1998, Matthew Shepard, age 21, was brutally beaten and left to die on the plains outside of Laramie, Wyoming. Because he was gay. Over the next year, Moisés Kaufman and a team of writers and actors from Tectonic Theatre took six trips to Laramie, where they interviewed citizens of the town - some unconnected with the tragedy, and some intimately involved. Using Moment Work, the company created The Laramie Project, a stunning theatrical examination of the immediate reactions of Matt Shepard's community to the murder and to the underlying bigotry and hatred that enabled it.
Outdoor screening of this recorded performance will be shown in the Cross Street parking lot at Conway Junior High School. In the event of inclimate weather, the screening will be moved indoors into the auditorium.
SCREENING DATES AND TIMES:
Friday, November 12 at 7pm
Saturday, November 13 at 7pm
TICKETS: Please plan to bring a lawn chair or picnic blanket. In the event of inclimate weather, the screening will be moved indoors into the auditorium, where seating will be general admission.
MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED INDOORS
Masks are required to enter the building. Anyone not wearing a mask during an indoor screening will be asked to leave.