THE LARAMIE PROJECT: 10 YEARS LATER

BY MOISES KAUFMAN AND THE TECTONIC THEATER PROJECT​

Photographer: Don Brice

Produced in conjunction with The Laramie Project as Theatre Travels' Sydney debut

Ten years after the brutal murder of 21 year old University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard, and eight years after The Laramie Project made its stage debut, Tectonic Theater Project returned to Laramie to find out how much the city and its residents had changed in the ensuing decade – both in attitude and the response to the worldwide attention now focused on its 28,000 residents.

This epilogue also came to the stage to fight the backlash and the sources claiming that Matthew Shepard was not murdered because he was gay. Rumours of methamphetamine use from both parties convoluted the story and angered people worldwide. What exactly was the truth?

PRODUCTIONS:

November 28th - December 8th 2018

Reginald Theatre, Seymour Centre ​

Directed By: Carly Fisher and Rosie Niven 

Stage Manager: Rachel Guest

Lighting Designer: Martin Kinnane

Costume Designer: Adrienne Dell 

Set Designer: Dave Angelico

Sound Designer: Hamish Stening 

Assistant Stage Manager: Jesse Aviu

Starring: John Michael Burdon, Laura Djanegara,

Andrew Hofman, Francisco Lopez,

Linda Nicholls-Gidley, Matthew Pritchard,

Dominique Purdue, Emily Richardson and Charlotte Tilelli

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