Stone Soup Theatre Project's 2013 production of William Mastrosimone's TAMER OF HORSES marked our first full production within Chicago's vibrant theatre scene.
Written by David Mastrosimone
Directed by Carl Lindberg
Sound Design by Aquil Charlton
Scenic Design by Peter Schmidt
Lighting Design by Andrew Lehmkuhl
Costume Design by Whitney Jones
Production Management by E. Alexandra Keels
Fight Choreography by Glen Wall
Stage Management by Sophie Blumberg
Cast: Chris Vizurraga, Steve Stinson, Meghan Powe
“Tamer of Hoses,” written by William Mastrosimone, examines the intersecting themes of youth violence, education and the realization of one’s own potential through the eyes of Hector (Chris Vizurraga), Ty (Steve Stinson) and Georgiane (Meghan Powe). Hector, a troubled youth whose talent for rap rivals his penchant for criminal behavior, is befriended by Ty, a former teacher who takes Hector under his wing. He attempts to inspire and educate him through their examination of Homer’s “The Iliad”, and despite Georgiane’s mistrust, Ty forges a bond with him that has the power to redeem or destroy them both.
- Our production of TAMER OR HORSES was Reader Recommended.
- Through your donations we were able to keep ticket prices at $5 (instead of $40) to allow ALL members of our community to enjoy and grow through theatre.
- We united community members and non-profit organizations through weekly talkback sessions after performances of TAMER OF HORSES.