LCCT Presents: The Laramie Project

Hello, PFLAG Family,

The Las Cruces Community Theatre, from August 10-26 (Fri. & Sat. 7:30pm; Sun. 2pm), is putting on The Laramie Project. The Laramie Project (2000) by Moisés Kaufman and The Tectonic Theater Project is the story of the reaction to the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming.

In the play, eight actors play 60+ roles in vignettes based on interviews with people in Laramie, journal entries written by the cast, and news reports.

A portion of the ticket sales on opening night, August 10, benefits Southern New Mexico Pride as they work toward hosting this year’s Fall Fest.

We hope to see you Friday at 7:30pm, but if not, be sure to catch The Laramie Project on one of the other nights in the run.

Opening Night to Benefit

Rainbow Community Initiative

PFLAG Las Cruces will be sponsoring Rainbow Community Initiative Projects supporting the LGBTQ community through advocacy, education, community gatherings, and/or the arts.  Winning projects will be granted $250-$500 in seed monies for project support and implementation.  Below is a flyer about the project and an application form for proposals.  Proposals are due by 5:00 PM on Friday, March 2.  Any organization, school, or university group working with LGBTQ individuals and families are encouraged to apply.  Contact 575-635-9455 or email pflag@pflaglascruces.org for details.

For the application (WORD file), CLICK HERE.

Rainbow Community Initiative

PFLAG Las Cruces Presents: The Rainbow Community Project Initiative, providing $250-$500 seed money to organizations planning community projects benefiting the local LGBTQ community.

Projects must impact the LGBTQ community in the following areas

  1. Protection of LGBTQ rights
  2. Celebration of LGBTQ identity
  3. Educate the public about LGBTQ-related issues
  4. Support LGBTQ artistic endeavors

Submissions using accompanying project initiative form are due by 5:00pm, Friday, March 2, 2018. 

Project winners will be announced in March.