WCQ250 10th Anniversary of Matthew Shepard

Host: Amy Matheny with co-Host Kelli Simpkins

Kelli and Amy remember Matthew Shepard on the 10th anniversary of his murder and death. How has Matthew affected their lives? How has his legacy lived on? Kelli talks about the impact of creating The Laramie Project.

Guest: Lesbian playwright and director, Leigh Fondakowski, joins Amy to share her experience with Tectonic Theatre Project and The Laramie Project. Leigh discusses her recent return to Laramie to talk and reflect with the town 10 years later. How has Laramie changed since Matthew's death? For more information on Matthew Shepard, visit

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Music Featured on This Queercast:
Orchestra of St. Luke's - "After Laramie"

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