A message from Relative Theatrics: “Season 8: A New Way Forward continues with TIGHT END by Rachel Bykowski, streaming virtually, on-demand from April 16 – May 2, 2021. Bykowski’s play powerfully illustrates the world of small town high school football and the sports’ complex’s influence
If you are looking for fun Easter goodies and gifts to fill a basket this year, shop locally at downtown Laramie stores offering a variety of fun candies and spring style gifts for Easter. The Chocolate Cellar is a chocolate shop in downtown Laramie, owned
Dexter Candelaria, owner and founder of Iron Monkey Self Defense, in Laramie Wyoming, teaches a variety of skills including self-defense, boxing, kick boxing, wrestling, ju-jitsu and more. Candelaria started his business after moving from California to Laramie. “Things weren’t going too well for me,” Says Candelaria.
Jaren Long, bouncer, security trainer, and owner of Patriot Protection LLC, is selling a 1998 Lincoln Town Car limousine that he brought from Cheyenne to Laramie for his private security business. Long is the owner of a private security business called Patriot Protection LLC. “We
Relative Theatrics’ Season 8: A New Way Forward Continues With LONELINESS WAS A PANDEMIC, By Olivia Haller, November 6-22, Streaming Virtually
A message from Relative Theatrics: “Robots have finally advanced enough to realize they can do everything better than humans – except make art. The robots have done away with all humans except for a select few artists. When one human is tasked with teaching a
The following is an unedited press release. It is with heavy hearts, and the care and concern of our community, that we announce the cancelation of Downtown Laramie Brewfest 2020. In light of current conditions and future unknowns, we do not feel that we can
How a local Laramie theatre company and specialty shop collaborated to create a unique experience for their customers during Covid-19. Back in March, like many business owners, Anne Mason, the founding Artistic Director of Relative Theatrics, a Laramie based theatre company, was faced with closing