Horse Girls: A Live Play Reading

by Jenny Rachel Weiner

Synopsis

Twelve-year-old Ashleigh rules the Lady Jean Ladies, South Florida's most exclusive horse club. News that her family's stables are being sold and their horses killed for meat throws the Ladies into crisis in this dark comedy of middle school deception and lies. Horse Girls is a play about pre-teens: their obsessions, their insecurities, their desperate need to find a place in the world.

Event Information

  • Dates November 18-19, 2022 @ 7:30p
    Venue  Black Box Theatre
    Runtime  Runtime: 60 minutes
    Intermission  No Intermission
    Free & Open to the Public

  • Content Warning

    Ages 13+ Dark Comedy: violence, strong language, bullying

Role First Name Last Name Position
Ashleigh Whitford Meg Roberts Actor
Tiffany Gesuvia Nicole Frederick Actor
Robin Gesuvia Emmeline VanLeuven Actor
Margaret Flanaghan Olivia Farmer Actor
Brandi Marshall Wendy Gwilliam Actor
Camille Lowenstein Megan Bedell Actor
Trish Lowenstein Ollie Chieppa Actor
Director Amanda Dawson Production Team
Assistant Director Jordan Lockwood Production Team
Dramaturg Rachel Tillotson Production Team
Stage Manager Taylor Karns Production Team
Media Design Emily Heap Production Team

Land Acknowledgement

As a land-grant institution, Utah State University campuses and centers reside and operate on the territories of the eight tribes of Utah, who have been living, working, and residing on this land from time immemorial. These tribes are the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Indians, Navajo Nation, Ute Indian Tribe, Northwestern Band of Shoshone, Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah, San Juan Southern Paiute, Skull Valley Band of Goshute, and White Mesa Band of the Ute Mountain Ute. We acknowledge these lands carry the stories of these Nations and their struggles for survival and identity. We recognize Elders past and present as peoples who have cared for, and continue to care for, the land. In offering this land acknowledgment, we affirm Indigenous self-governance history, experiences, and resiliency of the Native people who are still here today.