29.05.2012 [Valley Advocate] - Leslea Newman's latest volume, October Mourning, takes on the hate-crime killing of MatthewShepard in Laramie, Wyoming, in the '90s. Its poems are straightforward explorations and imaginations based on the real events, often presented as odes to
23.05.2012 [NorthJersey.com] - The Laramie Project tells the story of MatthewShepard, who in 1998 was kidnapped by two men from a Laramie, Wyo. bar, bound to a fence, beaten and left to die. Joseph and Jane Clementi, Tyler's parents, participated in last Thursday's post-play
20.05.2012 [Australian Stage Online] - In 1998 in Laramie, Wyoming, MatthewShepard (a young gay man) was the victim of a violent hate crime. He was beaten and tortured and left to die; tied to a fence on the outskirts of town. He sat there for six days until being found by a passerby and
15.05.2012 [Patch.com] - He ended up with four roles in the play written about the life and death of 21-year-old MatthewShepard, who died tragically in 1998 after being severely beaten and tied to a fence for six days in Laramie, Wyoming. “I really wanted to send the message
The 1999 play The Laramie Project explores the true story surrounding the death of MatthewShepard, a young gay man who was beaten and left to die in Laramie, Wyo., in 1998. The case, which became a landmark symbol for hate crimes, still elicits varied reactions — which is why on Oct. 12, hundreds of other theaters around the world will perform The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later, an Epilogue.
05.12.2010 by Mass Media MatthewShepard did not deserve this and he is getting punished for his lifestyle. Could you imagine getting beaten to death because you like a certain television show or movie? Its a dumb reason right? Well so is the reason Matthew ...
07.05.2012 [The Independent Weekly (blog)] - But instead I will leave you with the song with which Amy Ray and the Butchies closed out their rally concert last night, a rousing protest anthem in memory of MatthewShepard. "Laramie": "What we need is a little addition / Ounce of prevention and the