The RISD Exhibitionists' Winter 2014 production of The Laramie Project, with Elias Ajaga, Emma Baker, Shannon Crawford, Ian Faria, Ian Grygotis, Samuel Kim, Alex Lee, and Emily Neilson. Written by Moises Kaufman, and directed by me.   

The RISD Exhibitionists' Winter 2014 production of The Laramie Project, with Elias Ajaga, Emma Baker, Shannon Crawford, Ian Faria, Ian Grygotis, Samuel Kim, Alex Lee, and Emily Neilson. Written by Moises Kaufman, and directed by me.

 

 The Laramie Project is constructed from interviews taken in the town of Laramie, Wyoming, in the wake of the murder of a gay college student named Matthew Shepard. Eight cast members switch between dozens of parts, reenacting and interpreting the words of the real citizens of Laramie.

The Laramie Project is constructed from interviews taken in the town of Laramie, Wyoming, in the wake of the murder of a gay college student named Matthew Shepard. Eight cast members switch between dozens of parts, reenacting and interpreting the words of the real citizens of Laramie.

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 The RISD Exhibitionists' Winter 2014 production of The Laramie Project, with Elias Ajaga, Emma Baker, Shannon Crawford, Ian Faria, Ian Grygotis, Samuel Kim, Alex Lee, and Emily Neilson. Written by Moises Kaufman, and directed by me.   
 The Laramie Project is constructed from interviews taken in the town of Laramie, Wyoming, in the wake of the murder of a gay college student named Matthew Shepard. Eight cast members switch between dozens of parts, reenacting and interpreting the words of the real citizens of Laramie.
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DSC05271.JPG
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The RISD Exhibitionists' Winter 2014 production of The Laramie Project, with Elias Ajaga, Emma Baker, Shannon Crawford, Ian Faria, Ian Grygotis, Samuel Kim, Alex Lee, and Emily Neilson. Written by Moises Kaufman, and directed by me.

 

The Laramie Project is constructed from interviews taken in the town of Laramie, Wyoming, in the wake of the murder of a gay college student named Matthew Shepard. Eight cast members switch between dozens of parts, reenacting and interpreting the words of the real citizens of Laramie.

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