Peter Shaffer's Tony Award-Winning Drama Equus from City Lights Theater
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The last date listed for Equus was Saturday April 9, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Directed by Kit Wilder
“The extremity is the point."_
Peter Shaffer’s epic play, Equus, follows child psychiatrist Dr. Martin Dysart in his investigation of the curious case of a young boy who has violently blinded six horses. To Dysart, it is a psychological puzzle, one that brings to light his patient’s sexual/religious fascination with “Equus” and ultimately leads to a perplexing and dramatic confrontation.
Shaffer is an important modern playwright who was born in England in 1926. He has received numerous awards for his work. Some of his other prominent plays include Amadeus, and Five Finger Exercise. _Amadeus and Equus_ were adapted to screenplays in 1977 and 1984 respectively._ Amadeus won the 1984 Best Screenplay Golden Globe and the 1984 Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar. Peter Shaffer was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2001.
Featuring: Sean Gilvary as Alan, Steve Lambert as Martin Dysart, Beverley Griffith as Dora Strang, Michael J. West as Frank Strang, Beth Boulay as Jill Mason, Bill Davidovich as Harry Dalton, Michael Bates as Horseman/Nugget, Monica Cappuccinias Hester Salomon, Danielle Perata as Nurse, Shane Rhoades as Horse, Claire Hein as Horse, Celestial Tranquility Te Stevensson-Zenith as Horse
About the Ticket Supplier: City Lights Theater Company
The City Lights Theater Company (CLTC) is San Jose’s Off-Broadway theatre company and presents adventurous live stage productions in an intimate flexible environment. CLTC is committed to the community by providing their audiences with affordable, quality theatre and opportunities for local artists.