After a break of almost nine months, the Laramie High School musical theater program is set to return to the stage this weekend with a revue of classic songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Laramie’s Halloween season won’t be marked by the traditional room-crowding and sidewalk-packing events of years past, but the community is still celebrating with events for all ages and spookiness-tolerance levels. Here are some of the events planned for the next week.
United Way of Albany County’s annual campaign is underway, and the Laramie community is invited to contribute to the effort while checking out some home-grown talent.
In an era marked by the migration of any and all in-person meetings to online platforms, the University of Wyoming is set to present a new comedy written deliberately for performance on Zoom.
Laramie’s artists are ready to take over the downtown district for the next week during the Pop-Up Art Walk, a late-summer tradition that’s set to continue for the fifth time.
The Albany County Fair, a two-week summer fixture, got underway Monday and is set to continue through Aug. 1 with livestock shows, indoor exhibits and a livestock sale.
The Laramie public is invited to contribute to an aquifer-inspired mural at ArtConnect Gallery this month as the gallery displays water-themed art by local and regional artists.
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The University of Wyoming’s Snowy Range Summer Theatre program was curtailed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of the UW campus, but one play will be brought to the virtual stage next week.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, events are on hold, parties scuttled and get-togethers verboten, while “Zoom” has become a noun, verb, adjective and perhaps expletive. But some Laramie residents are finding ways to check in with neighbors and connect with friends in person while still adher…
A 2,500-year-old play about rebellion, revolution and the role of government in private life has fresh relevance in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, and an online staged reading is set for today.
Laramie’s social calendar came to a screeching halt over the weekend and for the foreseeable future, leaving those with spring events on the calendar devising contingency plans and looking ahead to summer and beyond.
The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance is reimagining the tragic love story of Orpheus and Eurydice from the perspective of its Hades-bound heroine during a production next week.
Novelists Andrew Grant and Tasha Alexander, who moved to the Laramie area several years ago, have both continued their respective fiction series with new releases this month.
Christmas events in the Laramie area are winding down this weekend, but Santa still has one more chance to burn off a little stress before he hunkers down in the North Pole next week under deadline pressure.
As the second weekend of December approaches, the busy slate of holiday events continues. The weekend includes shopping, stars, art and music. If you get hungry, there’s cookies, beer and breakfast.
A brand-new play from University of Wyoming playwright William Missouri Downs tackles the tension that can arise between family members in close confines during the holiday season.