From 'Harry Potter' to 'Equus' Daniel Radcliffe — best known for playing the role of Harry Potter — and Richard Griffiths — who play's Potter's Uncle Vernon — are starring in Peter Schaffer's play "Equus." Radcliffe and Griffiths talk to Liane Hansen about the play and their new collaboration. "Equus" recounts the story of a boy who blinded six horses — a character Radcliffe describes as disturbed. The production opens on Broadway Thursday, Sept. 25.
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From 'Harry Potter' to 'Equus'

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From 'Harry Potter' to 'Equus'

From 'Harry Potter' to 'Equus'

From 'Harry Potter' to 'Equus'

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Learn how NPR got Radcliffe and Griffiths into the studio and join the discussion about "Equus" on our "Sunday Soapbox" blog.

Daniel Radcliffe, best known for playing the role of Harry Potter, and Richard Griffiths, who play's Potter's Uncle Vernon, are starring in Peter Schaffer's play "Equus." The play recounts the story of a boy who blinded six horses — a character Radcliffe describes as disturbed. The production opens at the Broadhurst Theater on Broadway on Thursday, Sept. 25.