The little cute wizard named Harry Potter who wore those geeky glasses is no more. Daniel Radcliffe, who played the title role in that popular series, took his acting abilities to Broadway some time ago to perform in the play "Equus."
A revival of a Peter Shaffer’s play, "Equus" is about Alan Strang, who is the highly troubled (and, for a time, stark naked) main character of the psychosexual drama.
The Broadway play is coming to an end and in celebration, Daniel received a portrait of his character Alan Strang, which was hung on the walls of the famed New York City restaurant Tony’s di Napoli.
The play is scheduled to close on February the 8th.
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