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Northwestern University revisits ‘Laramie Project’ events Arts & Entertainment
Northwestern University revisits ‘Laramie Project’ events
In 1998, college student Matthew Shepard was kidnapped and murdered because he was gay. Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project conducted hundreds of interviews of residents of the Wyoming town where that atrocity occurred to create the 2000 play, "The Laramie Project." Northwestern University is presenting that play through Nov. 2, along with an exhibit and events that highlight the relevance of its subject matter to today's world.
Oct. 22 10:05 a.m. |
Schedule packed with events around race exhibition
“RACE: Are We So Different?,” an exhibition sponsored by the two institutions and running through Jan. 25 at the museum, is meant as the catalyst for such an exploration. Additionally, The YWCA Evanston/North Shore has scheduled a myriad of events around the exhibition in both communities and beyond.
Oct. 16 9:50 a.m. |

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