Why it’s So Hard to Put Narnia on Stage | Talking Beasts

Next year, The Logos Theatre will be taking their stage adaptation of The Horse and His Boy to Washington, D.C. We invited Director Nicole Stratton on the show to discuss the most challenging aspects of adapting The Chronicles of Narnia books into stage plays.

The Horse and His Boy will be in Washington D.C. January 20 – March 3. Order tickets!

Listen to this episode’s post-show chatter.

2 Responses

  1. Jann McMurry says:

    Whoa! Just listened to your chat with Nicole Stratton from the the Logos Theater. I’m off the charts excited!!! All I can say is YESSSSSS! Can’t wait! Nicole’s interpretations and how they will be implemented brought tears to my eyes. God is good!

  2. Col Klink says:

    I actually feel like I might rather have the job of adapting something I don’t absolutely love, though I wouldn’t want to adapt something I hate. With something I love, I’m always going to feel like the parts that come from me are inferior to the parts from the original and deeply regret any inevitable cuts. With something I like a lot but don’t adore, I could have more fun with the process.

    It was interesting to have two interviewers unlike other Talking Beasts interviews where there’s only one.