Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8pm
Saturdays at 3pm, beginning February 4
Sundays at 2pm
Pay-What-You-Wish: Thursday, January 26 at 8pm
Preview Performances: Friday, January 27 - Sunday, January 29
Official Opening Night: Friday, February 3
Military Matinee: Saturday, February 4 at 3pm
Conversation Sunday: February 19 following the 2pm matinee
Page to Stage Discussion of this script at the Williamston Branch of the Capital Area District Library: Tuesday, January 10 at 1pm.
A Michigan Premiere
That summer you scared yourself. That summer you woke up to desire. That summer you tasted freedom. You remember, and so does the storyteller of Wild Horses. She hilariously recalls stealing liquor with her best friends, escaping her bedroom in the middle of the night, feeling the boy she loves reach across her body, borrowing cars without permission, and making the pact with her best friends to break into a horse ranch and set the beautiful animals free. She remembers being thirteen, and she’s going to take the audience on the ride of her life. Allison Gregory’s savagely funny Wild Horses takes on the pathos and hubris of teenage years amidst the struggle for identity and independence.
Contains adult content and language. Please CLICK HERE for a note about trigger warnings.
The performance runs approximately 100 minutes with no intermission.
- Interview with Suzi Regan in the Lansing City Pulse
- Review: EncoreMichigan.com
- Review: Lansing City Pulse
- Review: G.L.U.T
- Thespie Award, Best Sound Design: John Lepard, Wild Horses