The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (2105), Presented by Theatre Black Dog

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The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (2105), Presented by Theatre Black Dog

Time: April 24, 2015 at 8pm to May 9, 2015 at 8pm
Location: The Black Dog Arts Café
Street: 8062 Railroad Ave SE
City/Town: Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Phone: http://blackdogsnoqualmie.com/
Event Type: theatre, stage, play
Organized By: Theatre Black Dog
Latest Activity: May 4, 2015

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  • The Laramie Project (2014), Theatre Black Dog, Snoqualmie, WA: Event
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About the play:

On October 6, 1998, gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard left the Fireside Bar with Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson. The following day he was discovered on a prairie at the edge of town, tied to a fence, brutally beaten, and close to death. Six days later Matthew Shepard died at Poudre Valley Hospital in Ft. Collins, Colorado. On November 14th, 1998, ten members of Tectonic Theatre Project traveled to Laramie, Wyoming and conducted interviews with the people of the town. Over the next year, the company returned to Laramie six times and conducted over 200 interviews. These texts became the basis for the play The Laramie Project. Ten years later on September 12th, 2008, five members of Tectonic returned to Laramie to try to understand the long-term effect of the murder. They found a town wrestling with its legacy and its place in history. In addition to revisiting the folks whose words riveted us in the original play, this time around, the company also spoke with the two murderers, McKinney and Henderson, as well as Matthew's mother, Judy Shepard. THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER is a bold new work, which asks the question, "How does society write its own history?"

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