The Laramie Project
Written By Moisés Kaufman and
the Tectonic Theater Project
Directed by Ian Riley
TENTATIVE - SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Tuesday, February 18th, 8-10:30pm
Thursday, February 20th, 5-8pm
Callbacks by invitation only on Saturday, February 22nd, 11-2pm
Auditions & Callbacks will be held in Perkins 310.
Preparation is optional; monologues linked online.
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South Central Green
Between Academy St. and College Ave.
Newark, Delaware 19717
Parking is available in the Perkins Garage.
*8 actors, each playing a "grouping" of roles*
Stephen Belber (M): Himself, Doc O’Connor, Matt Galloway, Anonymous friend of Aaron McKinney, Bill McKinney, Andrew Gomez, Fred Phelps, Mormon Spiritual Advisor, Conrad Miller
Amanda Gronich (F): Herself, Eileen Engen, Marge Murray, Baptist Minister, Trish Steger, Shadow, Newsperson
Mercedes Herrero (F): Reggie Fluty, Rebecca Hilliker, Waitress, Newsperson
John McAdams (M): Moises Kaufman, Philip Dubois, Stephen Mead Johnson, Murdock Cooper, Jon Peacock, Dennis Shepard, Harry Woods
Andy Paris (M): Himself, Jedadiah Schultz, Doug Laws, Dr. Cantaway, Matt Mickelson, Russel Henderson, Aaron McKinney, Kerry Drake
Greg Pierotti (M): Himself, Sgt. Hing, Phil LaBrie, Father Roger Schmit, Rulon Stacey, Detective Rob DeBree, Jonas Slonaker
Barbara Pitts (F): Herself, Catherine Connolly, April Silva, Zubaida Ula, Sherry Aanonson, Lucy Thompson
Kelli Simpkins (F): Leigh Fondakowksi, Zackie Salmon, Alison Sears, Romaine Patterson, Aaron Kreifels, Tiffany Edwards
Director: Ian Riley
Stage Managers: Riley Calpin and Jenna Dorrian
Production Manager: Amanda Kovaleski
Technical Director: Lena Herman
Lighting Designer: TBD
Costumers: Ashley Taylor and Jennifer Lohrius
Properties Manager: Sydney Giusto
Dramaturge: Maddie Breske
Publicity: Jenna Dorrian and Jennifer Lohrius
Hair Designer: Lane Kolukisa
Makeup Designer: Christine Marchesano
Thursday, March 19th @ 7:30pm
Friday, March 20th @ 7:30pm
Saturday, March 21st @ 7:30pm
The Laramie Project is set in and around Laramie, Wyoming. Moises Kaufman and the members of the Tectonic Theatre Company traveled to Laramie to conduct interviews with the residents, police personnel, and other members of the Laramie community. The show is a collection of interviews and events that occur after the murder of 21-year-old Matthew Shepard, who died after being robbed, beaten, and tied to a fence-post. After fighting for his life for 5 days, Matthew Shepard died in the hospital. Throughout the show, varying perspectives and ideologies are presented via the interviews.