The New Victory Theater presents the classic tale as you've never seen it before. So saddle up and jump headlong into a tale where loneliness gives way to hope, friends become heroes, and courage saves the day. More…
Andy McCuddy and his brother, Andy McCuddy (it's a family thing), have fallen on hard times. When they discover their beloved copy of 'Black Beauty' in the cozy horse trailer they call home, they take the bit firmly between their teeth and reenact portions of the page-turning adventure. Recommended for ages 6 and up.
See it if you want a very entertaining and intelligent show for your kids. Staging is very clever. Adults can enjoy this show also.
Don't see it if you want a sophisticated show. This is a simple show done very cleverly. It is a feel good show and the children who came enjoyed it.
See it if Want a well-acted and cleverly-presented play telling the story of Black Beauty. I went without a kid, and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Don't see it if You do not like children’s theater.
See it if you want a delightful & cleverly executed show to pick up your day! Great use of props as characters/found object puppetry.
Don't see it if you want an exact retelling of Black Beauty (it's more a story of 2 bro's persevering thru hardship). You dislike audiences of mostly kids.
See it if You have kids. It is a great kids' show - though funny for adults too, it can get a little slow. Wonderful spirited actors and a great story
Don't see it if You are not into children's theater.
See it if you know the story very well, and you don't mind another adaptation.
Don't see it if you want more of the original story, it's mainly about the frame-story (which for me was not too interesting)