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Interview with Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop’s ‘The Laramie Project’

Tonight I chatted to Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop, one of the directors of  the theatre company’s new production of The Laramie Project, which is running at the Old Court Theatre on Springfield Road, Chelmsford, from the 24th to 28th July.

The Laramie Project was originally written by a New York-based drama group, from a series of interviews conducted with residents from the small village of Laramie, Wyoming, following the abduction and murder of openly gay student Matthew Shepard in October 1998. It has since gone on to become one of the most performed plays in the US today.

The Chelmsford Theatre Workshop was originally formed in 1969 and has won numerous awards for its productions, including Outstanding Contribution to the Community  at this year’s Panic Awards.

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[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-CTW-Toni-Ellis-230712.mp3]

 

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Interview with Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop’s ‘The Laramie Project’

Tonight I chatted to Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop, one of the directors of  the theatre company’s new production of The Laramie Project, which is running at the Old Court Theatre on Springfield Road, Chelmsford, from the 24th to 28th July.

The Laramie Project was originally written by a New York-based drama group, from a series of interviews conducted with residents from the small village of Laramie, Wyoming, following the abduction and murder of openly gay student Matthew Shepard in October 1998. It has since gone on to become one of the most performed plays in the US today.

The Chelmsford Theatre Workshop was originally formed in 1969 and has won numerous awards for its productions, including Outstanding Contribution to the Community  at this year’s Panic Awards.

Click below to listen to the interview:

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-CTW-Toni-Ellis-230712.mp3]

 

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Interview with Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop’s ‘The Laramie Project’

Tonight I chatted to Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop, one of the directors of  the theatre company’s new production of The Laramie Project, which is running at the Old Court Theatre on Springfield Road, Chelmsford, from the 24th to 28th July.

The Laramie Project was originally written by a New York-based drama group, from a series of interviews conducted with residents from the small village of Laramie, Wyoming, following the abduction and murder of openly gay student Matthew Shepard in October 1998. It has since gone on to become one of the most performed plays in the US today.

The Chelmsford Theatre Workshop was originally formed in 1969 and has won numerous awards for its productions, including Outstanding Contribution to the Community  at this year’s Panic Awards.

Click below to listen to the interview:

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-CTW-Toni-Ellis-230712.mp3]

 

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Interview with Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop’s ‘The Laramie Project’

Tonight I chatted to Toni Ellis from Chelmsford Theatre Workshop, one of the directors of  the theatre company’s new production of The Laramie Project, which is running at the Old Court Theatre on Springfield Road, Chelmsford, from the 24th to 28th July.

The Laramie Project was originally written by a New York-based drama group, from a series of interviews conducted with residents from the small village of Laramie, Wyoming, following the abduction and murder of openly gay student Matthew Shepard in October 1998. It has since gone on to become one of the most performed plays in the US today.

The Chelmsford Theatre Workshop was originally formed in 1969 and has won numerous awards for its productions, including Outstanding Contribution to the Community  at this year’s Panic Awards.

Click below to listen to the interview:

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-CTW-Toni-Ellis-230712.mp3]

 

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