The Horse and His Boy at Logos Theatre in 2019

Posted February 19, 2018 10:31 am by The Rose-Tree Dryad

The Logos Theatre in Taylors, South Carolina, will be performing The Horse and His Boy in spring of next year. Produced with special arrangement by the C.S. Lewis Company, this new production follows the current and final run of their Prince Caspian adaptation.

Check out Logos Theatre’s teaser for The Horse and His Boy below:

The Logos Theatre’s final run of Prince Caspian ends on April 28th and they are offering discounted tickets to NarniaWebbers. Check out NarniaWeb’s review of the play and watch an exclusive clip here.

Thanks to Philip for the alert!

UPDATE: The Logos Theatre says a DVD release and possibly a livestream is planned. They also clarified that tickets will initially only be available for season pass holders, but will go on sale for the general public this Summer.


11 Comments For This Story

  • Glumpuddle says:

    I know few fans will be able to make the trip to South Carolina. But it still warms my heart to see the lesser-known Narnia books getting more attention. The Horse and His Boy has a couple audio dramatizations, but that is it.

  • Jennifer Swain, the Logos Theatre says:

    Due to lesser copyright issues with this story, the Logos is planning to produce a DVD of this stage adaptation and possibly even live streaming the production for those too far away!! We will be releasing the news closer to the production!

  • HPOFNARNIA says:

    Oh, it would’ve been so nice if I could see it in real life, seeing footage from the ‘Prince Caspian’ play was amazing, I really wanted to see it but I’m so far away from it. I hope they don’t cancel the DVD release for the Horse and his Boy, I would love to c the full version of it.

  • Andy Harrelson says:

    Despite living in SC, I might not be able to see, but for those who do, I hope you enjoy!

  • Jilian says:

    Oh my word! I’m so excited! The music that played sounded too much like the Walden films for my taste though.

  • lumosdeus says:

    Awesome, I love it <3

  • King Miraz will lead us to the bright future says:

    Blown away by news,that this wonderful Narnia chapter gets such amazing theatre take. Cant wait for Shasta and Aravis embark on journey again. Really looking forward to how Tashban and its culture will look like. Shasta is great because he is different than other Narnia heroes. His storyis smaller one on the begining ,he is just trying to find better place to live and wants to be free. I also like that he is not smartest hero, but rather ordinary and simple. Looking forward to an actor, tricky one to cast right. To the North!!!!

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