About The Show
In November 1998, 10 New Yorkers, set out for Laramie, Wyoming, to explore a town and a crime that occured there. Over the next year, they conducted interviews with more than 200 residents of Laramie. The result is a deeply moving play about bigotry and tolerance, fear and courage, hate and hope."
Matthew Shepard was a 21 year old student at the University of Wyoming in Laramie when a brutal attack transformed him into a national symbol. His death became a rallying point in the struggle for tolerance and against hate.
April 24 - 26, 2014
The Social Hall Theatre inside the Ferndale First United Methodist Church. 22331 Woodward Avenue. Ferndale, MI 48220
Thursday and Saturday shows Doors open at 7:30pm. Show at 8:00pm
Friday show Doors open at 7:00pm. Show at 7:30pm.
This performance includes an after show Talk Back with the Director and Cast and Susan Burke of the Matthew Shepard Foundation.
Tickets for The Laramie Project are on sale now and available by visiting our tickets page or by clicking here!
Thursday and Saturday: Adults $15 | Students and Seniors- $10
Friday: Adults $20 | Students and Seniors- $12