For two years since the death of his wife, Ed Shaw has lived in a seaside shack, having run away from his family. He works as a gas station attendant and has tried to forget the painful past and his responsibilities. One by one, his children descend on this "seaside Lear" to ask his help or to come to terms with him.
"Like the ocean waves that look like white horses moving relentlessly through the night, this family moves unwittingly through its trauma and emptiness. Horses is a poignant play...[that] keeps the action tense." - The Los Angeles Times
"Fascinatingly complex...The characters are well written" - Our Town
"Told with tension and poetry...Powerful." - Show Business