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Laramie project - Mary McAfee"The Laramie Project Review...

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Mary McAfee “The Laramie Project” Review Throughout grade school, I acted in plays. I even had the pleasure of starring in one during my junior year of high school. But I have never seen or acted in a play quite like this. I have deduced that this difference is because “The Laramie Project” is based on true events, with real quotes from living people as well as because this play has little flash or glamour associated with it. This play just puts it out there, raw and real for the audience to interpret and feel. The play revolves around the small town of Laramie during it’s time of crisis: Matthew Shepard, a college student at the neighboring college, had been attacked and left for dead by two local men on the terms that he was gay. The play is surrounded by the same questions over and over again: how do one deal with this type of incident? How does each person feel? Do one hate, judge, condemn, or forgive? How can one find hope?
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