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Jedadiah Schultz

 
Bio:
Jedadiah Schultz is a theater student at the University of Wyoming and a Laramie resident. He is one of the first people that the interviewers talk to, at the recommendation of Rebecca Hilliker. Initially, Jedadiah hesitates to express support for Matthew Shepard, though he finds the murder ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Jedadiah Schultz is a theater student at the University of Wyoming and a Laramie resident. He is one of the first people that the interviewers talk to, at the recommendation of Rebecca Hilliker. Initially, Jedadiah hesitates to express support for Matthew Shepard, though he finds the murder ... (read complete bio)
 

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Jennifer Ludwigsen, Jedadiah Schultz Photo

Jennifer Ludwigsen, Jedadiah Schultz

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Darren Pettie, Jedadiah Schultz Photo

Darren Pettie, Jedadiah Schultz

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David Folsom, Darren Pettie, Jedadiah Schultz Photo

David Folsom, Darren Pettie, Jedadiah Schultz

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Jedadiah Schultz, Darren Pettie, Jennifer Ludwigsen Photo

Jedadiah Schultz, Darren Pettie, Jennifer Ludwigsen

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David Folsom, Darren Pettie, Jedadiah Schultz Photo

David Folsom, Darren Pettie, Jedadiah Schultz

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Jedadiah Schultz Biography

Jedadiah Schultz is a theater student at the University of Wyoming and a Laramie resident. He is one of the first people that the interviewers talk to, at the recommendation of Rebecca Hilliker. Initially, Jedadiah hesitates to express support for Matthew Shepard, though he finds the murder appalling, because his family is against homosexuality. A year later, however, Jedadiah has had a significant change of heart, in part through his work on the play Angels in America. Jedadiah, whose progress the theater company tracks over the course of the entire play, seems to represent the capacity of people to completely change their views and become more open in a relatively short period of time, particularly through the use of tools like art and theater.




Jedadiah Schultz News

BWW Review: St. Petersburg College Theater Department Presents THE LARAMIE PROJECT -  Photo BWW Review: St. Petersburg College Theater Department Presents THE LARAMIE PROJECT - A Powerful Play on the 21st Anniversary of Matthew Shepard's Savage Killing
by Peter Nason - Oct 13, 2019

A true ensemble piece, beautifully directed by Scott Cooper.

BWW Review: THE LARAMIE PROJECT at FMCT Photo BWW Review: THE LARAMIE PROJECT at FMCT
by Brian Michaels - Oct 18, 2018

For anyone not familiar, The Laramie Project is a play from 2000 originally created by Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project. This play is about the reaction to the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay student from them University of Wyoming in Laramie. Moises and other members conducted hundreds of hours of interviews to create the production.

BWW Interview: Brandy Joe Plambeck of THE LARAMIE PROJECT at The Ringwald Says It's A Photo BWW Interview: Brandy Joe Plambeck of THE LARAMIE PROJECT at The Ringwald Says It's A Wonderful Way To Learn About & Remember The Events From 20 Years Ago
by Katie Laban - Sep 10, 2018

This weekend in honor of Matthew Shepard, 20 years after his murder, The Ringwald presents a four-show engagement of The Laramie Project, a landmark play by Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project. Performances begin Friday, September 14th and run through Monday, September 17th at The Ringwald in Ferndale. The Laramie Project remains an important piece of work in the political climate of 2018 and is an inspiration for director and Ringwald co-founder, Brandy Joe Plambeck, who is also a Wyoming native. BroadwayWorld Detroit had a chance to speak with the director before the show opens this weekend.

(Hold) Photo Flash: UGLY LIES THE BONE by Fordham Theatre Closes Today, 10/17
by Oliver Oliveros - Oct 17, 2014

Fordham Theatre Program, opens its 2014-2015 Mainstage Season, with Florida native Lindsey Ferrentino's post war-themed play UGLY LIES THE BONE, which closes today, October 17, 8 p.m., at Pope Auditorium, Fordham University at Lincoln Center (113 W. 60th St. at Columbus Ave.).

Cherry Lane Theatre's 2014 Mentor Project Concludes Now thru 4/12 With Lina Patel's RAGGED CLAWS
by BWW News Desk - Apr 2, 2014

Cherry Lane Theatre's award-winning MENTOR PROJECT for emerging playwrights concludes its 16th season with Lina Patel's new play RAGGED CLAWS, running at the Cherry Lane Theatre (38 Commerce St. in Greenwich Village) from today, April 2 to 12. Jedadiah Schultz directs RAGGED CLAWS, and the Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang serves as Ms. Patel's Mentor Playwright.

Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 3/29/2014
by - Mar 29, 2014

BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 3/29/2014.

Cherry Lane Theatre's 2014 Mentor Project to Conclude 4/2-12 With Lina Patel's RAGGED CLAWS
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2014

Cherry Lane Theatre's award-winning MENTOR PROJECT for emerging playwrights concludes its 16th season with Lina Patel's new play RAGGED CLAWS, running at the Cherry Lane Theatre (38 Commerce St. in Greenwich Village) from April 2 to 12. Jedadiah Schultz directs RAGGED CLAWS, and the Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang serves as Ms. Patel's Mentor Playwright.

Tony Nominee Da'Vine Joy Randolph Set for Lindsey Ferrentino's MOONLIGHT ON THE BAYOU Reading Today
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2013

Lindsey Ferrentino's new play Moonlight on the Bayou will have a staged reading today, May 3rd, 4:30pm at The Marilyn Monroe Theatre in New York (115 E. 15th St). The reading is directed by Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, The Mountaintop), after being developed with renown dramaturg Mark Bly (33 Variations).

Tony Nominee Da'Vine Joy Randolph Set for Lindsey Ferrentino's MOONLIGHT ON THE BAYOU Reading, 5/3
by Sally Henry Fuller - May 1, 2013

Lindsey Ferrentino's new play Moonlight on the Bayou will have a staged reading this Friday, May 3rd, 4:30pm at The Marilyn Monroe Theatre in New York (115 E. 15th St). The reading is directed by Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village, The Mountaintop), after being developed with renown dramaturg Mark Bly (33 Variations).

MAD MEN's Darren Pettie and More Set for PARADISE BAR AND GRILL Workshop at Blank Theater Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2013

A workshop production of Paradise Bar and Grill by Lindsey Ferrentino will be presented tonight, January 21st at 8pm at The Blank Theater in LA, featuring Darren Pettie (Mad Men) and Jedadiah Schultz (originated role in The Laramie Project).