This week, The Laramie Project opens and we have a new commercial to share with you all. Click the image below to view our 1 min, 35 sec spot!
We’re also announcing a new marketing campaign! View details below…
ENTER TO WIN our Cape Air Sweepstakes by following these simple steps with our new Laramie Project Commercial:
1. Share and Like it on FB.
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3. Message us via FB and/or Instagram that you’ve done it… and you’re entered into the sweepstakes!
The winner receives two Cape Air tickets to and from Provincetown. Good till July 3rd, 2019! Winner will be announced on our Facebook and Instagram pages on closing night of The Laramie Project, October 28th, 2018.
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For the 20th Anniversary Production of The Laramie Project, directed Leigh Fondakowski, Head Writer of the Tectonic Theater Company, which created this classic American play about the 1998 murder of the gay college student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming.
Sat, Aug 25: 6-9pm
Sun, Aug 26: 12noon-6pm
Mon, Aug 27: 11am-2pm
Available at auditions and in advance at
238 Bradford Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
Director Fondakowski is seeking 12-15 actors (ages 12 through 70) to portray more than sixty characters that comprise the play’s series of short scenes and monologues.
The Laramie Project opens Oct 11th, and plays thru Oct 28th on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7pm, and Sundays at 2pm. Rehearsals for The Laramie Project will begin Saturday, September 11th, and will primarily be during the weeknight evenings from 6-10pm, as well as on Saturdays and/or Sundays from 12noon-6pm. Non-union performers will receive a $200. honorarium for their participation in the production.
Also sought is a non-union production stage manager for the rehearsal and performance schedule. This individual will receive an honorarium of $1000. Send inquiries and resumes to email@example.com
Debbie Forman of Cape Cod Times writes,
“This smashing production couldn’t be better, as it insightfully explores love and lust, passion and friendship in gay life, which is not so different, after all, from the pleasures, sorrows, regrets and vulnerabilities in all of our lives.”
Link to Cape Cod Times Article