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Peter Shaffer's classic 1973 play is coming to Nevada Conservatory Theatre. It tells the story of a psychiatrist who is treating a disturbed young man with a pathological religious fascination with horses. At its center is a horrible crime and the play tries to spell out how such a crime could be committed. But the play looks at the role and meaning of religion.
 
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Todd Espeland, director, "Equus"
Gerard Taylor plays Alan Strang
Chris Mayse plays Martin Dysart

 

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