WHEN: opening Friday, April 5, and running through Sunday, May 5. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 8 PM, and Sunday at 2 PM.
WHERE: Spotlighters Theatre, 817 St. Paul Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: Adults $20, Seniors (60+) $18, Military & Students $16
Order tickets online at www.spotlighters.org or call 410.752.1225
Peter Shaffer's acclaimed Equus, written in 1973, tells the story of a child psychiatrist's attempt to treat a seventeen-year-old boy who has blinded six horses in a violent fit of passion. The play's action is something of a detective story as the psychiatrist, delving into the boy's pathological religious and sexual fascination with horses, comes face to face with his own self-doubt and sense of purpose.
Contains nudity. No one under age 16 admitted without an accompanying adult.
Featuring: Thomas Bowers as Alan Strang; Kerry Brady as Jill Mason; Kathryn Falcone as Dora Strang; Karina Ferry as Hesther Salomon; Phil Gallagher as Martin Dysart; Stephy Miller as Nurse; David Morey as Harry Dalton; Warren Smith as Nugget/Horseman; Frank Vince as Frank Strang; Horses/Chorus: Ruta Douglas Smith, Megan Farber, Kevin Gordon, and Alani Harris.
Talk Back with Cast & Director: Sunday, Apr 21, immediately following the performance.
Ten Spot Thursday: ALL TICKETS JUST $10: Thursday, Apr 11, at 8 PM; no other discounts apply