Relative theatrics presents the RT Film Fest on November 12th, 13th, 14th, and November 19th, 20th.

Over two weekends, attendees will be presented with filmed plays with live original scores by local musicians at the Gryphon Theatre. Tickets are $15 per person which provides entry to the entire live festival at the Gryphon Theatre, as well as access to on-demand streaming of each play during the month of November. Tickets can be purchased here.

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This is an opportunity to see productions that viewers missed in the past and to re-immerse themselves in the moving plays that celebrate Laramie’s local talent!

Plays included are:

  • AND THE WIND HOWLS by Leean Kim Torske, November 12
  • LONELINESS WAS A PANDEMIC by Olivia Haller, November 13
  • RIDING BICYCLES IN THE RAIN by Erin K. Considine, November 14
  • THE CARE AND FEEDING OF SMALL ANIMALS by Brooke-Erin Smith, November 19
  • TIGHT END by Rachel Bykowski, November 20

Please note that these plays are suitable for mature audiences and include elements that some viewers may find challenging. Please contact Relative Theatrics for further information regarding each production.


This project is supported in part by grants from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, a program of the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources, the Puffin Foundation, Albany County and City of Laramie Community Partner Funds, the Wyoming Community Foundation, the Wyoming Arts Council with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Wyoming Legislature, and Wyoming Humanities and the National Endowment for Humanities.

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