Please join us on either Tuesday, October 25 at 11:00 am or Thursday, October 27, at 4:00 pm in D105 for a 1-hour open session
RSVP on Eventbrite.
About the play:
The Laramie Project is a verbatim theatre piece constructed from transcripts of over 200 interviews. The play was created by Moises Kaufman and the members of the Tectonic Theatre Project (NYC) in the aftermath of the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard, a young gay man, in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1998.
The piece reveals a community grappling with violence, responsibility, and healing. It showcases how theatre is a brave space for us to engage with this together.
About the Winter production:
Directed by Theatre professor Shelley Liebembuk, the performance will have actors portraying multiple characters [there are over 60 characters in the show!] and engaging with projections, movement, and song. It is an opportunity for actors to expand their range of character work and build a strong collective ensemble.
To find out more/ get involved:
Director Shelley Liebembuk will be holding a fun 1-hour session, to provide info and invite folks to a first open rehearsal in creating characters and working with scenes from the play.
No previous acting experience is required!
Please note: all interested students will be cast if they can commit to our winter rehearsal and production schedule (see below). Specific roles will be assigned in January 2023.
To act in the production students need to register for either:
To register for these courses, students need the department’s permission, which means contacting our Theatre production manager, Giuseppe Condello, in room D100, or emailing Giuseppe.Condello@ufv.ca
Winter 2023 rehearsal and production schedule:
Rehearsals [timetabled as course THEA 290/291] will take place on:
Mondays, 1:00-3:50 pm
The technical week [week of March 13] will include additional evening/possible weekend rehearsals.
To be part of the backstage crew:
To gain permission to register, contact Theatre Production Manager, Giuseppe Condello.