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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Wild Horse Theater has truly outdone themselves this time around. “Beauty & the Beast, Jr. was a treasure for the audience and cast, and it accomplished what all good theatre hopes to achieve - it truly touched the lives of all persons involved, on and off stage. Wild Horse has successfully created and cultivated a theater troupe where children are accepting, socially conscious, and eager to continue in the performing arts. I am privileged and proud to be a part of it
Casey Gilles, Principal, Fremont Elementary School
I want you to know that I had tears in my eyes as I watched the students perform. No one would have known but there were two special needs students who normally struggle but did a wonderful job and were able to share the applause and recognition from the audiences. For these children and all the others who were able to participate, it was up-lifting and positive and we could not have provided this type of activity without your partnership.
Sidney, Grade 2, Gardnerville Elementary School
Dear Wild Horse Actors, I loved the play Aristocats. It was the most exciting thing I have ever done. I loved the part where the dogs, cats and gooses chased the butler. It was the best play I ever saw.
I’ve worked with a lot of different companies and Wild Horse is everything a company should strive to be. I cannot believe how much I have learned and how much appreciation I have gained for the art. You all have taught me how important theater manners are, and how to act with maturity and dedication in every show. I can’t say enough about how Wild Horse has prepared me for professional theater and for life.