The Horse and His Boy Premieres in Washington, D.C.

The Logos Theatre recently brought their stage adaptation of The Horse and His Boy to Washington, D.C. The show will be running at the Museum of the Bible until March 3 (tickets).

New footage is from the show is included in the sizzle reel above. According to the director, it has been updated and improved since its premiere in Taylors, SC in 2019.


  • Listen to NarniaWeb’s interview with Director Nicole Stratton.
  • Read NarniaWeb’s review of the 2019 production.

5 Responses

  1. KalmarWolfKing says:

    I wish I could go!

  2. L.J. says:

    They need to come to Orange County Performing Arts Center South Coast Plaza!

  3. Andy Harrelson says:

    Good to see they’re going places! Though it’s a shame I won’t be able to see them for myself. Regardless, I appreciate Narnia getting more love by the general public!

  4. Jack Tollers says:

    The Horse and His Boy is one of my favorite Narnia books…I think C.S. Lewis wrote it for every person who has ever felt abandoned by God in times of trouble. Just as Aslan was with Shasta on every step of his journey, from his childhood in Calormen to becoming king of Archenland, Jesus is the “lion” who is always there for His children, even in their darkest hours.

  5. Eustace says:

    They previously mentioned when I went to see the play for the second time last year that they hoped the Washington DC show would help them start to tour with the play. Also, they did change if from the last time I had seen it as well. But, I enjoyed it more.