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Review: Equus

The two central roles, the young man Alan Strang and the psychiatrist Martin Dysart are the key to this drama working. Nathan Patrick Nelson does a great job of creating a young man who is both exceptionally unique and utterly familiar. What I liked best about his performance was that it never felt overdone, never felt like he was working to be an actor, a stage character, but rather the kind of common youth that we have all been, except for his very particular, distinctive and destructive internal reality.

Interview: KPBX Spokane for Equus

Director Troy Nickerson and actors Tom Heppler and Nathan Patrick Nelson spoke with Verne Windham on KPBX Spokane Public Radio about Stage Left Theater's upcoming production of "Equus." 

Interview: Tick Tick Boom at Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University's Theatre and Dance department will present Jonathan Larson's early, autobiographical musical, tick, tick...BOOM! The cast, along with several crew members spoke with Verne this morning about the production, and entertained with a few excerpts from the show.

Courtney Smith is the director, Nathan Patrick Nelson plays "Jon," and is the musical director. Rachael Armstrong plays "Michelle," Jacki Bertagnolli plays "Susan," and Tessa Senger is the Female Understudy.

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