Based on Michael Morpurgo’s novel of the same name, War Horse depicts the bond between human and animal amidst the horrors of WWI. It’s coming to West Palm Beach for the Kravis Center’s celebrated Kravis on Broadway Series.
Production History: While you may be most familiar with Steven Spielberg’s 2011 film, the story of War Horse comes from Michael Morpurgo’s 1982 novel. The play, penned by Nick Stafford, premiered in London in 2007 before coming to Broadway in 2011.
Synopsis: War Horse illustrates the horrors of WWI through the perspective of Joey, a horse sold to a cavalry regiment. The play highlights the relationship between Joey and his owner’s son, Albert Narracott.
Why You Should See It: This play is a breakthrough in puppetry, bringing to life full-scale horses. The technical artistry combined with the emotional weight of the production makes for a thrilling evening at the theater.
- Tickets start at $25.
- For more information and to purchase tickets, visit kravis.org.