“The Laramie Project” at DePaul University with MSF Support

Laramie Project Specialist, Susan Burk, will speak during the post-show discussion on November 18th. The staged reading is a response to a group of students heckling a production of The Laramie Project at Ole Miss. DePaul students enrolled in a theatre course have organized a reading of The Laramie Project at The Theatre School at DePaul University, in order to promote tolerance and to show active solidarity with all students at the University of Mississippi.

Ole Miss student, Garrison Gibbons, who was a member of the cast during the reading at the University of Mississippi, will be reprising his role and joining the ensemble of DePaul University students for this reading.

More information on the event can be found here.



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