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Drawing: Jenny Agutter in Equus

Jenny Agutter won a BAFTA Award for her performance as Jill Mason in Sidney Lumet’s 1977 production of Peter Shaffer’s psychological drama EQUUS, one of my favourite, if not my favourite play. 51 more words

Drawing

Equetech Thermal Stirrup Underbreech

This weekend provided the perfect conditions for putting my Equetech Thermal Stirrup Underbreeches from Equus. On Saturday morning I wore them hacking in the snow and I wore them again Sunday morning for my 3 and half hour morning at the yard, once again in the snow and I am really impressed with them. 212 more words

Equine

A New Relationship with Equus.

Some of you may have heard that I missed the big announcement of the new Little Alf brand ambassadors during Wednesday’s #EquestrianHour because I was in a blog related meeting. 137 more words

Equine

Short Story Sale!

Sold my first story of 2017!

The contract is signed, and I’ve seen other folks announcing their success as well, so here goes:

You’ll find my story, “Scatter the Foals to the Wind” in… 41 more words

"A Mother Unicorn's Advice to Her Daughter" to Appear in Magical Menageries: Equus

My tiny story, “A Mother Unicorn’s Advice to Her Daughter,” has been selected for the Magical Menageries: Equus anthology!

When I say tiny, I mean tiny. 76 more words

Daniel Radcliffe, Move Your Body

A version of this article originally appeared on the now defunct online magazine Cultural Transmogrifier in 2012—hence, the omission of more recent Radcliffe films.

Unlike many child stars who’ve become lost to obscurity, Radcliffe has only grown in popularity since his first major feature film,  1,744 more words

Essays

Drama Review - Equus by Peter Shaffer

Equus contained the most unusual trifecta in the history of theatre. In this Tony Award winning play, Peter Shaffer combined these disparate themes: the merits of psychiatry, sexual repression and equine deification. 554 more words

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