“The Laramie Project”: Ten Years Later will first show at Laramie County Community College on Nov. 9. The play is an epilogue to “The Laramie Project”. The play is about analyzing the murder of Matthew Shepard, who was an openly gay student and was killed because of his sexual orientation. The Laramie project: Ten Years Later is about the long term effect of the murder. The University of Wyoming Theater became the playwrights’ home base for the writing. With the use of Facebook, Moises Kaufman, a playwright director and known for The Laramie Project, will be video conferencing in on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in the play house. This invitation is for anyone who would like to attend. The goal is to talk about the play and give the cast a chance to hear from one of America’s foremost directors.
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Jacob has been involved with Wingspan since the fall 2015 semester. He was also a co-editor for two semesters before taking a job as editor for the Platte County Record-Times for six months. Though he plans to finish being a staff member for Wingspan this semester, he looks forward to volunteering and assisting future students of the program. Last year, Wingspan helped Jacob find a love for writing humor commentary, and he has even won awards for his columns. His columns have been included in almost every issue of Wingspan since late 2017. On top of working with Wingspan, Jacob currently works as a part-time control board operator for 1480 KRAE. Contact Jacob via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter at JHamelWingspan.
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