The Enduring Legacy of ‘Laramie,’ Two Decades Later

In the 20 years since the play’s debut, The Laramie Project has been seen onstage by 10 million people in 20 countries, and a further 20 million people have watched the HBO film adaptation. It has influenced laws and generated a proliferation of positive queer visibility in pop culture. American Theatre Magazine honors the anniversary of this groundbreaking play and the original members of the Tectonic Theater Project who conducted the interviews on which the play is based, including our own Assistant Professor Greg Pierotti.

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