Equus April 6 – April 23, 2017 By Peter Shaffer A clinical-minded psychiatrist Dr. Martin Dysart is confronted by Alan, a boy referred to him for the shocking crime of blinding six horses with an ice pick. To the boy's parents it is a frightening mystery, as Alan has always adored horses. To Dysart it is a psychological puzzle in need of intellectual decoding – until he discovers the dark and holy passion that stirred the boy’s hideous act. What makes a life worth living - the compelling euphoria of madness or the passion-less protection of sanity? This international success reached new acclaim in London and in the Broadway revival of 2008.