The Laramie Project
THE STORY: In October 1998 a twenty-one-year-old student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, severely beaten and left to die, tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming. His bloody, bruised and battered body was n
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Aaron James McKinney AARON KREIFELS AARON MCKINNEY ALISON MEARS AMANDA GRONICH ANDY PARIS Angels in America BAPTIST MINISTER Barbara Pitts Bill McKinney CANTWAY CATHERINE CONNOLLY church death penalty Denver DOC O'CONNOR DOUG LAWS EILEEN ENGEN Ensemble FATHER ROGER SCHMIT fence Fireside Friend of Aaron gonna GREG PIEROTTI guilty guys happened HARRY WOODS HING homosexuality JEDADIAH SCHULTZ JON PEACOCK JONAS SLONAKER JUROR KERRY DRAKE kids Laramie Project Leigh Fondakowski lesbian live MARGE MURRAY MATT GALLOWAY MATT MICKELSON Matthew Shepard mean Member of Tectonic Moises Kaufman Mormon murder NARRATOR NEWSPERSON night Okay PHIL LABRIE Philip Dubois play PRIEST REBECCA HILLIKER REGGIE FLUTY ROB DEBREE ROMAINE PATTERSON RULON STAGEY Russell Henderson SHANNON shit someone STEPHEN BELBER STEPHEN MEAD JOHNSON talk Tectonic Theater Project tell there's thing Tiffany Edwards told town TRISH STEGER University of Wyoming walked what's Yeah ZACKIE SALMON ZUBAIDA ULA
Page 12 - I usually picked as my example of completely simple, 'natural' epic theatre an incident such as can be seen at any street corner: an eyewitness demonstrating to a collection of people how a traffic accident took place. The bystanders may not have observed what happened, or they may simply not agree with him, may 'see things a different way'; the point is that the demonstrator acts the...
Page 11 - After all not to create only, or found only, But to bring perhaps from afar what is already founded, To give it our own identity, average, limitless, free, To fill the gross the torpid bulk with vital religious fire, Not to repel or destroy so much as accept, fuse, rehabilitate, To obey as well as command, to follow more than to lead, These also are the lessons of our New World; While how little the New after all, how much the Old, Old World!
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