The Laramie Project
by Moisés Kaufman and the Tectonic Theatre Project, 31 January 2010

The Laramie Project
traces the effects a brutal homophobic murder has on a small American Mid-West town, from the immediate aftermath of the crime, to conclusion of the murder trial. It examines how a town comes to terms with worldwide media attention that challenges the values they believed were the cornerstone of their community.

Over 200 interviews were recorded with the Laramie town folk over 18 months. The interviews were edited and brought together to form the play, first performed in 2000. Originally the 63 characters were played by just 8 actors, but through the use of residents own dialogue the town of Laramie comes to life.

It is an emotional journey viewed from many different perspectives, giving actors a fantastic chance to stretch their abilities.

The workshop will start on the evening of Friday 29, followed by a whole days rehearsal on the Saturday, a morning rehearsal on the Sunday followed by a dress rehearsal at the venue; finishing off with a workshop production early evening.

It promises to be a hugely fun weekend, where you are guaranteed to feel a real sense of excitement and achievement when the curtain falls.

Registration and casting has now taken place but you can still come and share the end result.

Show Gallery

Rehearsal Gallery


Photos by Amy Daw

Cast List

Charlotte Price
Deborah Lean
Katie Coyne
Laura Canavan
Linda Taimre
Sharon Wallace
Tracie Laurinaitis
Adam Moulder
Barry Clarke
Chris de Pury
Mark Macey
Matt Hudson
Pete Bryans
Theo Leonard

Director: Matthew Prince
Production Manager: Amy Daw
Lighting: Douglas Green

The Laramie Project, by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theatre Project
The Winterflood Theatre
City of London School
Queen Victoria Street
London, EC4V 3AL

Sunday 31 January at 6.30pm

The performance is open to sedos members and is FREE (but donations will be welcomed on the night). Reserve your tickets now via the Box Office page.