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Our Third Annual Gathering & Our Best Year Yet!

September 16th, 2017

We would like to thank everyone for your interest and support of The Equus Effect. Tickets are sold out for this event.

We look forward to seeing you at our next event. If you would still like to donate to help the vital programs we offer for our deserving veterans, please click here.



4:00pm ~ Wine & Hors D’Oeuvres

4:45pm ~ ‘Cry Havoc!’ 

Written and performed by Stephan Wolfert, directed by Eric Tucker

6:00pm ~ Meet The Equus Effect Team & Veteran Graduates

6:15pm ~ Quarry Hill Farm Barn Tour


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We’re honored to include Stephan Wolfert’s powerful performance of ‘Cry Havoc!’, his brilliant one-man play, as part of our anniversary program. He’s a veteran who has lived the experience of trying to come home … to re-connect with society … and by using his talents as writer and actor, he makes the experience real for all of us.

‘Cry Havoc!’ is powerful theater because of it’s ability to bear witness – this is what I saw, this is what I experienced, this is what I think it means, this is why you should care.  Boston Globe

‘Cry Havoc!’ explores the psychological trauma of war – both on and off the battlefield. Wolfert traded his military career for a life in the theatre after seeing a production of Shakepeare’s Richard III.  He recounts gripping tales of his military service, weaving this personal narrative with lines from some of Shakepeare’s most famous speeches.  Broadway World

‘Cry Havoc!’ is an extraordinary and poignant autobiographical play … that makes the plight of the veteran ancient and the words of Shakespeare contemporary.  Dan Dwyer

We are most grateful to the John C. Griswold Foundation for underwriting this performance.