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Documentary Theater, Live at Duke

The Department of Theater Studies presents The Laramie Project April 7-10 and 14-17 in Sheafer Theater. Three post-performance talkbacks are scheduled with prominent scholars of documentary theater and the Duke LGBT Center, and two public lectures will be held in the Link in Perkins Library in association with the show. The production process is being documented through the Duke Laramie Blog

Check out some of the Libraries' documentary theater offerings, on display through next week in the Lilly Library exhibit case, on the first floor just inside the library's entrance.

Tickets to The Laramie Project can be purchased through the Duke University Box Office.

POST-SHOW DISCUSSIONS:
April 8 with Carol Martin
April 10 in association with the LGBT Center
April 15 with Derek Paget

PUBLIC LECTURES:
Carol Martin: Beyond Documentary Theatre
April 8, 2011, 2pm, Link Classroom 5

Derek Paget: Why This, Why Now? The Millenial Turn to Documentary on Stage and Screen

April 15, 2011, 2pm, Link Classroom 5

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Posted 7 April 2011
 

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