JersVision.org is proud to annouce its the Algonquin Theatre Arts Program’s upcoming production of the Laramie Project will support work in schools to stop bullying, discrimination, homophobia & transphobia.
“The show’s cast & crew have gaciously donated space to show off the work JersVision.org is doing in schools every day, and after the production, cast will encourage audiences to buy a button for which procedes will support our work in schools,” says Jeremy Dias.
The Laramie Project is a part of LGBTQ-A* history, sharing the murder of Matthew Shepard, a young man beaten to death because of his sexual orientation in 1998.
“We forget how difficult is is to be gay, and this play shares the voices of such an experience.”
Performed by the program’s gradating class, and directed by the famous Teri Loretto-Valentik, the show promises to offer audiences a rare & intense look into the consequences of homophobia.
The Laramie Project
April 17-21, 2013
7:30pm, 2pm Matinee Sunday
The Studio Theatre (N112)
Algonquin College, Woodroffe Campus
Adults $10; Students & Seniors $7
(Cash Only at the Door)