Genre: Comedy, Drama
Written by Allison Gregory; Directed by SuzAnne Barabas

Wild Horses is a savagely-funny play about a threshold summer that forever alters an adolescent girl, as portrayed by her grown-up self.  It's the 70's, there's music and young love, and freedom is just out of reach for a teenager who is struggling to find her identity, independence, and her place in a complicated world. A timeless coming-of-age story for all generations.

Wild Horses is a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere by Allison Gregory starring Estelle Bajou. 

House opens 45 minutes prior to performance, and pre-show begins 30 minutes prior to performance.

Tickets: $46. Offers and promotions Thursdays and Friday nights, pending availability. All tickets subject to transaction fee. Premium seats (aisles and front row) are an extra $5.


For tickets call 732-229-3166 or visit njrep.org

New Jersey Repertory Company

179 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ, 07740



Cast: Estelle Bajou
Open:   02/22/18
Close:   03/25/18

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Thursdays and Fridays at 8:00pm, Saturdays at 3:00pm and 8:00pm, and Sundays at 2:00pm.:

Theater:   New Jersey Repertory Company
Address:   179 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
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By Car: Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 105. When you exit you will be on 36 East. Take 36 East to the 7th light (Broadway) and turn right. Take Broadway to the 10th light and turn left onto Liberty. On your left will be the theater's parking lot. Make your next left and turn left again to enter the lot. The theater's rear entrance is well lit under a bright sign. By Train: Take the NJ Transit North Jersey Coast Line to Long Branch. The theater is a short cab ride, or 10-minute walk. If walking, you will be facing 3rd Avenue when you leave the train. (There will be a convenience store across the street and the restaurant Casey Jones. To your left is a Rite-Aid.) Turn left on 3rd and walk to Broadway (about 4 blocks). Cross the intersection and turn right onto Broadway -- the theater is midway down the street, but continue walking around the block. Entrance is in the rear.

Buy Tickets Online or Call: Ovation Tickets at 866-811-4111
Presented by: New Jersey Repertory Company         Official Web Site: www.njrep.org

Estelle Bajou is so pleased to be back at NJ Rep! She's a French-American, Drama Desk Award-nominated actor and composer, raised in a furniture factory town in the mountains of NC. Having traveled across North, Central, and South America, Europe, and the Middle East for projects, she now lives in the Bronx. At age nineteen she earned a BA in Theatre and Creative Writing from Bard College at Simon's Rock, where she received two Division of the Arts Awards, the merit-based Hutchins Scholarship, and Honors on her thesis, a historically-based screenplay set in 19th century Mexico. She then made the big move to New York City and earned an MFA in Acting from The New School for Drama where she received a merit-based scholarship all three years. As an actor, she's worked extensively, both across the U.S. and internationally, from Spielberg's The Post to Broadway (Once) to HBO (Boardwalk Empire), Greece to Venezuela to Iraqi Kurdistan, the Edinburgh Fringe to the Actors Studio. She's been part of film, television, and theater productions that have gone on to award nominations and wins, as well as critical acclaim. She's a proud union member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. As a musician, she's played and sung with numerous bands, from parlor rock to Slavic punk to acoustic folk, on streets and stages across four continents. In 2012, she began making music for Film (Occupy TexasStarring Austin Pendleton) and TV (Ken Burns' Prohibition), and scoring Feature Films (FireworkersBeneath Disheveled Stars) and Theater productions. In 2015 she put out her first record, Songs With Words. In 2016, she was a Drama Desk-nominee for Outstanding Music in a Play alongside such notable composers as Pulitzer and Tony-winner Tom Kitt, and Oscar-nominee Philip Glass. Broadway: Once (Actor/Violinist, First National Tour). TV: Boardwalk Empire (Actor, HBO); Ken Burns' Prohibition (Musician, PBS). Feature Film: The Post(Actor/Violinist); Fireworkers (Composer); Chaplin of the Mountains (Actor, Set/Filmed in Iraq); subHysteria (Actor/Musician, Improvised Film); Beneath Disheveled Stars (Composer). Shorts: Starring Austin Pendleton (Composer); Lullaby for Ray (Actor/Co-Composer, Best Short: Toronto Independent Film Fest). Off-Broadway/Regional Theater: The Jag (Actor, NJ Rep/Shadowland); Charles Mee's Soot and Spit (Actor/Violinist, The New Ohio); The Night Alive (Actor/Composer, Shadowland); Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (Composer/Ensemble, One Year Lease/59E59/Edinburgh Fringe); Kushner's Mother Courage (Actor: Eilif/Violinist, Harold Clurman Lab); pool (no water) (Actor/Composer, One Year Lease/PS122/A.R.T.-Boston/Barrow Street); Laura Eason's The Undeniable Sound of Right Now (Actor, Rattlestick/Rising Phoenix Rep.); David Adjmi's Marie Antoinette (Actor: Marie Antoinette, The New School for Drama); The City Beneath (Actor, LaMaMa ETC); Ixomia (Actor, HERE Arts); Bryony Lavery's StockholmSkin TightWhat We Know (Composer, One Year Lease/59E59). www.estellebajou.com