Let the Fire Burn: Documentary on Philly Attack
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London's National Theatre is broadcasting its original stage production of the international smash hit War Horse, and you can catch a live screening of the production at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space. Hailed for its "blast of pure theatrical imagination" by Newsday, this one-of-a-kind theatrical event places the actors on stage with astonishing life-sized horse puppets by South Africa's Handspring Puppet Company. These beautiful creations act out the epic story of Joey, a farm horse sold to the cavalry in World War I, and Albert, the boy who trained and bonded with Joey on the farm, who embarks on a dangerous journey to rescue his beloved horse from behind enemy lines. Experience the beauty and drama of the original London production that won five Tony Awards in 2011 and inspired the Academy Award-nominated film by Steven Spielberg. Learn More
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Good experience minus some acceptable hiccups. There is a bar (very cool), and there is a sign that says you can bring your drink inside the theater only to be asked upon entering to go back to the bar to have it poured into a plastic cup. The staff isn't the most outgoing but nothing complaint worthy either. The theater was very clean, unique in setup, and I would go back again. The documentary itself was a pretty decent watch.
Quotes & Highlights
- “Critic's Pick ... Seamlessly fashioned ... relives an incredible chapter in American history.” --Nicolas Rapold, <em>The New York Times</em>
- “Building with the awful inexorability of Greek tragedy, Jason Osder’s riveting documentary chronicles the escalating confrontations between the Philadelphia police and a back-to-nature African-American collective called Move.” --Ronnie Scheib, <em>Variety</em>
- “A first-rate piece of forensic filmmaking.” --David Fear, <em>Time Out New York</em>