LCCC Theater performs ‘Laundry and Bourbon’ and ‘Lone Star’ by James McLure.

The Laramie County Community College theater program is performing two one-act plays, “Laundry and Bourbon” and “Lone Star” by James McLure. “Laundry and Bourbon” is performed by Brianna Perry, Amber True, Katie Delicath, and is directed by Jason Pasqua. “Lone Star” in performed by Christian Borgaard, Rison Lain, Charles Detheridge, and is directed by Mac

Double feature: LCCC Theater shines with companion performance

“Laundry and Bourbon” and “Lone Star” are two one-act plays by James McLure that personify the feeling of longing for a time when everything was simpler. Both plays have three characters each. “Laundry and Bourbon” has the calm and longing Elizabeth, played by Brianna Perry; the seemingly uneducated and obnoxious Hattie, played by Amber True;

Three actresses take on ‘Laundry and Bourbon’

Starting April 19, three actresses will be hitting the LCCC Playhouse stage to perform “Laundry and Bourbon” directed by Jason Pasqua as part of a two-part production. Preparing for these productions is a process that includes 10 weeks of rehearsing, Pasqua, a theatre instructor, said. “The actor’s job is to breathe fire into the words

Theatre program takes home two regional honors

Laramie County Community College’s Theatre received two awards from this year’s Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival. The festival honored several people for last fall’s production of “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”. Lighting designer Alexander Soden, stage manager Emilygrace Piel and set designer Solveig Gasner were awarded the Don Child Collaboration Award through

Playhouse to perform two plays this spring

The Laramie County Community College Theater will be performing the two one-act plays “Laundry and Bourbon” and “Lone Star” by James McLure on April 19-21 and April 26-28 at the LCCC Playhouse. These two plays will be performed back-to-back each night. Both plays are set during the early 1970’s in Maynard, Texas. The play “Laundry

LCCC’s “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” recognized by Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

  “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” was performed by the Laramie County Community College theater department this past November and has been recognized by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for five awards. Brianna Perry and Charles Detheridge were both awarded with a nomination for the Irene Ryan Acting Award. Solveig Gasner was

LCCC theatre program receives multiple awards for “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”

Laramie County Community College’s theatre program will be performing “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The program has received awards from the Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival. Solveig Gasner was awarded with Meritorious Achievement in Scenic Design, Rachel Abernathy and Alexander Soden with Meritorious Achievement in Lighting

LCCC’s theater program to perform ‘The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later’

The Laramie County Community College theater program will be performing “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” as their Fall 2017 play in mid-November. “Ten Years Later” is a sequel to the original play that premiered in 2000, “The Laramie Project,” written by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project. The original Laramie Project

LCCC Playhouse presents ‘The Laramie Project’

“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

A Challenging Projects Continuation

“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

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