Part 1: The Laramie Project Performed in Rep With Its Follow-Up
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The last date listed for Part 1: The Laramie Project was Sunday May 19, 2013 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Chance Theater
- Full Price:
- $30.00 - $35.00
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- $15.00 - $17.50
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“A striking piece of dramatic theater.” -StageSceneLA
“The eight actors on the Chance stage bring remarkable attention and conviction to their dozens of roles, guided by director Oanh Nguyen. Not for a moment does this production have a been-there-done-that feeling.” —LA Stage Times
“Brilliant performances … A powerful, thought-provoking and unique theater experience.” —_"Coast Magazine":http://www.coastmagazine.com/articles/laramie-2550-.html_
This listing is for Part 1. Please see the separate listing for Part 2: The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later
This production is for mature audiences as it contains strong language and subject matter. This play (and its companion piece) contain hate speech that may be inappropriate for children under 13.
About the Ticket Supplier: Chance Theater
Proud to be one of the leading ensemble-based contemporary theatre companies in Southern California, CHANCE THEATER recently received the Ovation Award for Best Musical (Intimate Theatre) and a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards for its Southern California premiere of “Jerry Springer: The Opera.” Twice named “Outstanding Arts Organization” by Arts Orange County, Chance Theater is also a recipient of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle’s Polly Warfield Award for Excellence. Founded in 1999, Chance Theater is focused on its goal of being Orange County’s premiere mid-size contemporary ensemble theater. As a constituent member of Theatre Communications Group, Network of Ensemble Theaters, and the LA Stage Alliance, Chance Theater continues to bring national attention to the Southern California and Orange County theater scenes.