In 1998, the brutal beating death of Matthew Shepard, a gay man, outside of Laramie Wyoming prompted Moisés Kaufman and the members of the Tectonic Theatre Project to travel to the town and talk with members of the community about the crime and the trial of the two men accused of the murder. The interviews in this award-winning docudrama depict the town’s unraveling during the aftermath of Matthew Shepard’s death. Members of the town were forced to confront the reality of evil that lies within the human heart.
Recommended for mature high school students and above
General admission, $10; Faculty/staff and senior citizens (with ID), $7;
Students (with ID), $5
Remaining tickets are available at the box office one hour before curtain on performance dates (cash and checks only at the box office).
Because of limited seating, advanced ticket purchase is strongly recommended.
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Due to staging requirements, latecomers cannot be admitted until intermission.