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After overwhelming success on Broadway in Spring 2011, War Horse the Musical is now open-ended with performance dates stretching well into 2012.
The musical is playing at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre at Lincoln Center in New York City under the directors Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris. The main cast includes Seth Numrich as Seth; Matt Doyle as Billy Narracott; Peter Hermann as Friedrich Muller; Stephen Plunkett as Nicholls; T. Ryder Smith as Arthur Narracott; and Alyssa Bresnahan as Rose Narracott.
War Horse received five Tony Awards in 2011, including best play.
War Horse the Musical is based on the bestselling 1982 children's book of the same name by author Michael Morpurgo.
The play revolves around Joey, a horse owned by Albert Narracott, who is shipped to France to fight in World War I. Once there, Joey serves in both the British and German armies, befriends other horses, and gets caught in a raging battle.
Between death and disease, Joey gets turned around and winds up in No Man's Land. Unbeknownst to him, Albert misses Joey terribly and plots a way to rescue him. Since Albert is too young to enlist in the Army, he embarks on a dangerous journey to reunite with his beloved horse.
In addition to the New York City showing of War Horse, the production is also expected to open at Toronto's Princess of Wales Theatre in February 2012 and Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre in June 2012.
In 2011 alone, the play nabbed one Drama League Award, five Tony Awards, one Drama Desk Award and three Outer Critics Circle Awards.