‘Chronicles Of Narnia’ Epic Takes The Stage This Week In Washington, D.C.

‘Chronicles Of Narnia’ Epic Takes The Stage This Week In Washington, D.C.


Following 16 years of staging well-received original and adapted plays, a South Carolina-based theater troupe is bringing C.S. Lewis’ fantasy epic “The Horse and His Boy” to the World Stage Theater located at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. The show premieres on Friday, the first of 41 performances set to run through March 3. 

A fan-favorite and largely standalone story in “The Chronicles of Narnia,” some readers may be skeptical that this sweeping hero’s journey — with two horses and the Great Lion, Aslan, in significant roles — can work as a live performance. But the 48-member Logos Theatre troupe isn’t doing it halfway, having created massive puppets for these unique animal roles, each requiring three performers. 

“It brings a lot of

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