By L.A. Pomeroy
It’s not every day – even for New York City – that young men run through Lincoln Center snorting like horses. But it’s not every day that a play like War Horse comes to the stage, opening March 15 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in New York before galloping cross-country to the Curran Theater, Agust 1-26, in San Francisco. Originally produced by the National Theater of Great Britian, it was presented on Broadway by Lincoln Center Theater and Bob Boyett, and grossed roughly $900,000/week during its stay in the Big Apple, a particular uncommmon achievement for a non-musical with a relatively unknown cast.
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