November 21-23; The Student Theater
A disillusioned psychiatrist is presented with a 17 year old boy who blinded six horses one night. Through therapy and flashbacks, we discover the cognitive makeup of both these men. What caused the boy to commit this crime is a disturbing blend of religious and sexual fervor, with roots in many different moments and people. Peter Shaffer’s classic play takes us beyond the issues of doctor and patient and into our own societal and philosophical perceptions of belief, passion, and normality. These therapy sessions will end up confronting the personal demons of all the players in this disturbed, young boy’s tale.
Directed by Eli Brenna
Technical Directed by Shoshana Koff
Assistant Technical Directed by Paulina Limasalle
Produced by David Olson and Marissa Kristy
Assistant Produced by Emily McClure, Jennifer McIntyre, and Kyle Tague
Martin Dysart, Ryan Chernin
Alan Strang, Danny Ehrenpreis
Frank Strang / A Horse, Matthew Sullivan
Jill Mason, Sydney Charvat
Dora Strang, Jane Kelley
Hesther Salomon, Ilana Berman
A Young Horseman / Nugget, a Horse, Idine Mousavi
A Nurse, Brittany Kamson
Harry Dalton / A Horse, Dan Frydman
Performances will be held in the Student Theater at Agganis Arena on November 21-23 beginning at 8pm.
TICKETS can be purchased for $6 ($5 for members) at the door and ahead of time (recommended) on Eventbrite here:
* 5 minutes to show time no show tickets and open seats will be resold
On the green line, take the B train to St. Paul Street and cross toward FitRec and Agganis Arena. The student theater is located in the passage between these buildings.
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