November 5, 6 & 7 at 7pm
$15 adults, $10 non-BHS students,
FREE for BHS Students & Staff
The Laramie Project deals with sensitive subject matter and contains mature content, strong language, and descriptions of violence; it is not suitable for children and parental discretion is strongly advised for young teens.
Buy tickets now online and at Champions in Belmont Center.
BHS Students get a free ticket online with the coupon code "STUDENT"
BPS Staff get a free ticket online with the coupon code "BPSSTAFF"
ABOUT THE SHOW
In 1998, Matthew Shepard, a gay college student in Laramie, Wyoming was kidnapped, beaten and left to die. The incident became a national media event and put the town of Laramie under a microscope. Over the course of the following year, The Tectonic Theater Project conducted hundreds of interviews with Laramie Residents and others involved. The show itself is a series of monologues and scenes taken directly from the transcripts of those interviews. The real words of over 70 people weave together to tell the story of what happened to Matthew and try to make sense of how such a brutal crime could happen in a town like Laramie.
PROGRESS SINCE LARAMIE:
A COMMUNITY DIALOGUE ON INCLUSIVITY
Tuesday, October 27th, 7-8:30pm in the High School Library
Free and open to the public
Co-sponsored by The BHS GSA and Patrons (Parents of Performing Arts)
Friday, November 6th
Immediately following the performance, Director Ezra Flam and members of the cast will join the audience for discussion and Q&A. Open to ticket holders for any performance.
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