Equus is an act for six dancers, based of the theatrical play 'Equus' of Peter Sapher. Sapher's play is the story of a child that blinded six horses in an act of inexplicable violence. The psychologist that undertook to explain this act, became an opponent of the fantastic world that was made by the child. This world's center was Equus (it means horse in latin). The choreograph Amalia Bennett was inspired by the pictures of artificial ideology of American advertising. Wild west and a cowboy on the horse are the images of an utopia that is used to sell cigarettes. Next to this utopia, the little and unimportant everyday life of dancers looks even more insignificant as it is put under the shadow of a huge picture - the giant poster of the Equus - Cowboy. Only a creature from outside world can with its imagination create its own utopia, the utopia of Equus. The two utopias come up against each other. The conflict creates upset in the insignificant life of the dancers on stage which is introduced to small acts of violence.