Theatre Intime presents The Laramie Project by Moisés Kaufman
Fri, 4/15 · 8:00 pm—10:00 pm EDT · Theatre Intime
Content warning: The following contains discussion of violence, homophobia, and sexual assault.
In October 1998, a queer twenty-one-year old university student is kidnapped, beaten, and murdered on a fence in Laramie, Wyoming. The student’s name is Matthew Shepard. Told through private confessions, court hearings, and news reports collected from the town, Moisés Kaufman’s play (in collaboration with the Tectonic Theater Project) is a poignant commentary on the deep-rooted violence of our country, urging us to find grace and compassion beyond grief. Directed by Ethan Luk ’24.
The Laramie Project is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
Note: The Laramie Project includes scenes that discuss and/or portray violence, sexual assault, and homophobia. If you have questions about the content of the play or would like a list of more specific content warnings early, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Please prioritize your comfort and wellbeing when deciding whether to engage with the content of our production!
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