A production by a local theater troupe looks to explore questions about science and technology while cutting to the core of what it means to be human.
The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance’s opening play of the spring season is one its director hopes could spur dialogue among people who might be split in the world’s current state of affairs.
A popular, high-energy Wyoming band is returning for a Laramie performance today to bring what its frontman said he hopes is an uplifting experience for concert-goers.
The best of winter is set to be on display next week, when the Backcountry Film Festival brings short films celebrating the winter landscape to Laramie.
A Shakespearean comedy that explores the social and economic considerations of relationships and marriage is coming to the Laramie High School stage this weekend.
If there’s anything better than a good book, it’s a great discussion to follow. That’s why some Laramie residents that make up the Second Story Book Group gather on the second Thursday of each month to discuss a book they’ve all read.
If a dozen inches of new powder across the Laramie valley has you hankering for one last holiday hurrah, you’re in luck, as the Laramie Dance and Arts Center is staging its Holiday Arts Gala this weekend.
When Laramie audiences see local musician Ray Carlisle on stage, it’s usually with his world-famous punk-rock band Teenage Bottlerocket. But a performance scheduled for today offers audiences a more intimate experience as he performs acoustic numbers under the pseudonym Ray Rocket.
Each year in Centennial, residents and visitors come together for a holiday tradition that provides something fun for all ages in the small mountain town.
When the University of Wyoming’s Director of Orchestral Activities Michael Griffith said the annual Gala Holiday Concert — this year titled “A Kid’s Christmas” — appeals to children of all ages, he doesn’t mean people younger than 18 years old. With music ranging from dense, religious holida…
In the lifetime of William Shakespeare, female roles in his plays were portrayed by men. Though that practice has long since ended, a new production with performances at the University of Wyoming is designed to turn the antiquated practice on its head.
An event scheduled today in Laramie provides an opportunity for those who enjoy art and want to support a local organization a chance to do it all in one place.