A revival with critical success in the West End + Broadway
Based on a play written by Peter Shaffer back in ’73, Equus has been a smash hit in all of its stage revivals. It follows a child psychiatrist’s chilling exploration into a case involving a 14-year-old boy who blinded six horses in a fit of unexplainable rage. Revealing themes of sexuality and ritual sacrifice, the story’s ensnaring mystery is unavoidable. Talk about edge of your seat, huh? General admission.
"The closest I have seen a contemporary play come to reanimating the spirit of mystery that makes the stage a place of breathless discovery rather than a classroom for rational demonstration."