RECOMMENDED “…insightful and sometimes moving work, now in a production by The Group Rep in North Hollywood …director Kathleen Delaney keeps the action moving smoothly and swiftly…Eleven actors play dozens of characters. The ensemble does good work portraying a host of very different people, inhabiting them with authenticity.” – C. Bruce Smith/Stage Raw

“In its 50 th  anniversary season, and 25 years after Shepard’s death, Group Rep presents a remarkable production of this moving work. A talented cast of 11, directed by Kathleen Delaney, brings to life more than five dozen Laramie residents and Laramie Project playwrights in a constantly shifting tableau.…The Laramie Project stands as a monument to gay rights and human dignity and an indictment of hatred and intolerance disguised as conventional society. Group Rep expertly crafts a complex and moving tapestry.”
– Laura Foti Cohen/Larchmont Buzz

BRAVO! This is so well crafted…it’s an astonishing piece of theatre. The Laramie Project is a tough play. A tough subject and it must give the actors a very deep dive into a harrowing story. And yet, the way the play is constructed also gives them the opportunity to create something beautiful from something tragic. It’s a brilliant production. Truly. Each and every actor gives their all and as the play unfolds, the characters become more and more familiar, pulling us deeply into their lives as well as Matthew’s. The message of tolerance and equality is more important than ever and the extraordinary story of the method of its construction and delivery is still utterly transfixing. I cannot recommend The Laramie Project highly enough. The Group Rep really has excelled and I hope you will take the time to see it. – Samantha Simmonds Ronceros/NoHoArtsDistrictcom


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