September 5, 2012 12:00 AM
" “War Horse,” the uplifting National Theatre production about a boy and his horse at the dawn of World War I, will end its Broadway run on Jan. 6, 2013.
At its closing, the production will have played 718 performances at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theater, making it the longest-running Tony-winning Best Play of the last decade.
“It has been our great honor and pleasure to help bring War Horse to Broadway,” André Bishop, Lincoln Center Theater’s artistic director, said in a press release. “There are few theatrical experiences that can be categorized as truly magical and everyone at LCT is thrilled to have been a part of this one.”
In addition to New York, “War Horse” has major productions running in London, Toronto, and a newly launched U.S "
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By MARK KENNEDY, AP Drama Writer – 1 minute ago. NEW YORK (AP) — The Tony Award-winning play "War Horse" is jumping off its saddle in New York. Producers said Tuesday that the play about horses sent to the battlefields during World War I will play ...Read more
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War Horse continues to gallop on apace elsewhere, with an ongoing US nationwide tour scheduled for 30 cities and productions in London's West End and Toronto to be joined by the Australian premiere in Melbourne in December. Last January, the National ...Read more