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‘Wild Horses’ takes you on a journey to the crazy summer of 1972

Estelle Bajou in the National New Play Network world premiere roll out of "Wild Horses" by Allison Gregory. (PHOTO: SuzAnne Barabas)
Estelle Bajou in the National New Play Network world premiere roll out of “Wild Horses” by Allison Gregory. (PHOTO: SuzAnne Barabas)

The Women with no name walks into a karaoke bar (a former Tastee-Freeze) in Anywhere, U.S.A. in 1996 packed with people who’ve been there for awhile.

She orders a drink, listens to the singers while observing  the crowd, and as it slowly thins out sits at a table and starts talking about the summer of 1972 when “A Horse with No Name” was rockin’ the charts and a local radio station was running a contest to name it.

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