Honors Thesis Performance, Spring 2019: Water Horse

Water Horse

an original work created and performed by Anne Furman '19
Sunday, May 19 @ 2:00 pm
At the Dartmouth Riding Center

A Department of Theater Honors Thesis Performance
Advance reservations required; email the Dept of Theater to make a reservation

Inspired by the recent ecotheatre movement, Water Horse attempts to bridge the gap between human and nature through an exploration of how animals can participate in theatrical performance to tell a narrative of their own. It tells the story of the journey of a horse and a girl, as seen through the legend of the kelpie - a Scottish water horse that drowns unwary travelers. 

ANNIE FURMAN '19 creator and performer

About this Performance 

This performance will take place at the Dartmouth Riding Center, Morton in Etna, NH. Transportation to the Riding Center will be via bus; buses will depart from the Hopkins Center for the Arts at 1:30 pm. Reservations are required; email the Department of Theater to make your reservation. Please note that no seating wil be provided; audience members are welcome to bring their own portable folding chairs. This performance will take place rain or shine; the performance itself will take place in the Riding Center's indoor facility.