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The Laramie Project

This show has now closed, please visit our London Shows page for a full list of current productions.

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A complex portrayal of the depths of intolerance and the heights of compassion that humanity can reach. Read More >

In October 1998 the small American town of Laramie, Wyoming, caught the attention of the world’s press when a young man was discovered bound to a fence, savagely beaten and left to die. A group of actors travelled there six times during the next eighteen months to listen to the inhabitants’ reactions. What emerged was this complex portrayal of the depths of intolerance and the heights of compassion that humanity can reach.

“This play is Our Town with a question mark, as in ‘Could this be our town?’ “ The New York Times

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 22/03/2013

Closing Night: 27/03/2013

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Cast & Creative

Creative

Director - Wyn Jones

Producer - Guildhall School production

Designer - Libby Watson

Lighting Designer - Paul Colwell

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