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This Week at Lincoln Center: War Horse
Posted: November 7th, 2011
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Rafael Pi Roman previews the critically-acclaimed War Horse, which partners with the USO for a special performance on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2011, honoring the US Military.

  • ward chamberlin

    War Horse is a superb drama,magnificently acted and produced.Th lead character, the horse JOEY is played
    swonderfullly well by Jeremy irvine and Joy Earle. Not to be missed .

  • ward chamberlin

    “war horse” should be the hit of the 20011 broadway season. Unusual in many ways that all captivate the audience.Beautifuly actyed bythe leads and the supporting cast.

  • ward chamberlin

    A magnificent performance – unusual, thrilling drama that leaves the auience weak with emotion. Will be on for many months.

  • mike gfarrell

    while great horse movements,,the best part of the show,,take away the puppets and it was ovracted,,,sleepy story line,,was in drama or english farce,,,again take away the puppets and what was ther,,,,,didint care at the end,,,ive had disney movies move me more .and im a horse owner

  • Anne Siegel

    My husband and I are Thirteen members and in the August, Thirteen guide (page 5) there is a special member offer for seats for War Horse exclusively reserved for Thirteen members. Can you please send us more information about this offer? Thank you, Anne Siegel

  • SundayArts

    Anne — please visit http://www.thirteen.org/warhorse for more information about the special member offers related to War Horse.

  • Mary Cobb

    How do I acquire “Thirteen” member tickets for Warhorse?

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