STRIDER: THE STORY OF A HORSE
A play with music by Mark Rozovsky Adapted from a story by Leo Tolstoy
At its rare best, the theater possesses the uncanny ability to restore
and sustain the virginity of a child's imagination. The unmarred
innocence of true belief. The faith in magic and miracles. The trust
that humankind issues from the hand of God in luminous purity. The hope
that life will some day safely return to that hand, however manacled,
tormented and casually degraded by the world's flagrantly iniquitous
Can a horse embody that deep...
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