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Tickets are now on sale for our Spring 2024 production . . .

by Moisés Kaufman

and the Members of Tectonic Theater Project


Director: Eugene Lefkowitz

Assistant Director: Lucy Apicello

Costume Designer: M.C. Waldrep

Stage Manager: Courtney Talty

Producer: Sharon Lowe


Starring:

Amanda Cannon - Marjorie Conn - Darice Fadeyi - Christopher Hanks - Jennifer Kim - Gary Lizardo - Mary McClain - Kevin Monahan - Braderick Morrison - Anthony O’Connell - Jano Rassoul - Sofia Scafidi - Amy Silver - James Staal - Scott Watson-Moronez 


The Laramie Project is a highly acclaimed drama based on an unforgettable event. In October 1998, Matthew Shepard, an openly gay college student in Laramie, Wyoming, was the victim of a vicious hate crime from which he ultimately died. After his death, the members of a New York theatrical company travelled to Laramie to interview its residents. This play is a compilation of those interviews, journal entries, and found texts. It reflects the breadth of reactions to this horrific crime as well as the hopes, aspirations, and compassion of a town trying to heal itself. 


Tickets are now on sale!
March 15-17 and March 22-24
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30, Sundays at 2:00

$35 for adults, $25 for Children through age 18 and Seniors 65+
Seating is General Admission (no reserved seats).
Due to mature content, we recommend the show for ages 14 and up.

The Theatre at St. Jean's
150 East 76 Street between Lexington and Third Avenues, Manhattan
Take the 6 train to 77th Street or the Q train to 72nd Street

Wheelchair and Walker Access
The accessible entrance is on Lexington Avenue between 75th and 76th Streets, just south of the church entrance.

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