The Laramie Project 10 Years Later

April 18, 2012 - May 13, 2012

Written by MOISÉS KAUFMAN, LEIGH FONDAKOWSKI, GREG PIEROTTI, ANDY PARIS and STEPHEN BELBER

Please note: The Laramie Project 10 Years Later plays at 7:30pm Tues.-Sat. & 2:30pm on Sundays.
Please arrive early for parking.

The Laramie Project is dedicated with loving memory to Charles Gentry.
Student Tickets: $18 One Hour Before Showtime (with Valid ID)

Bar opens 1 hour before showtime. Drinks welcome inside the theatre.

THE LARAMIE PROJECT plays in repertory with THE LARAMIE PROJECT 10 YEARS LATER.
Part 1 will play in repertory with Part 2 on Saturdays April 28, May 5 & May 12.  It will be possible to see both parts on the same day with a dinner break between. See our calendar for individual show times.

Show Info

"Full of memorable characters whose words have the power to illuminate and surprise ... It’s performed deftly by a terrific cast!"
- The Austin American Statesman (Read more.)

Zach Theatre revisits 'hate crime': kxan.com

 A decade passed and we return to Laramie to see what has changed — and what hasn’t. The results are surprising, life-altering and unforgettable!

Make it Dinner and a Show: Click here for Dining Discounts.

 

Thank You Production Sponsor!
 
Dollar General
 

Performed In Partnership With


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Please Note: Ticket price is not refundable. Late-comers are seated at the discretion of the House Manager. Unclaimed seats at curtain time are subject to release to patrons on standby.

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THE LARAMIE PROJECT:
10 YEARS LATER
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The cast of The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later at ZACH Theatre. Photo: Kirk Tuck

Pictured: Jaston Williams, Photo: Kirk Tuck

Pictured: Frederic Winkler, Photo: Kirk Tuck

Pictured (L-R): Jenny Larson and Meredith McCall, Photo: Kirk Tuck

 


Season Sponsors:
Live Oak Gottesman Holiday Inn Schlotzskys
202 South Lamar - Austin, TX 78704 - Phone (512) 476-0541
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