The Laramie Project | Digital Release February 5-7, 2021
by Moisés Kaufman and the Members of Tectonic Theater Project
Directed by Zach Barr
Sound Design by Madeline Barr | Sound Recording by Erik Eagleson | Stage Managed by Lisa Harrington
October, 1998. The kidnapping and beating of a gay college student makes the national news––and makes unwilling advocates out of the population of Laramie, Wyoming. Interviewed over the course of eighteen months by members of the Tectonic Theatre Project, the citizens of Laramie make their voices heard, as the murder of Matthew Shepard forever changes their lives. A deeply moving testament to the character of one small town, The Laramie Project investigates our collective responsibility in the face of tragedy––and how each individual responds as that great work begins.
This production is produced as a radio play, featuring 16 teen actors, and includes original music and sound design, to enhance the worldbuilding and fully represent the story within an aural medium.
This show contains mature themes and language.
How do I watch the show?
Tickets are $20 (includes fees). Purchase tickets to stream the radio drama below. Your purchase is good for one view of the production. The stream opens Friday, February 5 12:00am & expires Sunday, February 7 at 11:59pm.
Once you click the start watching link you will have 4 hours to complete the radio play before the link expires, allowing you to pause for intermission and breaks as needed. If your connection is interrupted, you can still go back and click their ticket again to rejoin the stream as long as it’s within your access time.