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308 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036
Ended 5 Feb 2017 after 43 days
It's saturated in OPTIMISM and national pride.
NY Theatre Guide
History and the Christmas holidays come together in this enchanting family musical that celebrates the daring adventures of a real-life four-legged war hero! Based on the true story of Purple Heart winner Sgt Stubby, who bravely helped fight during 17 battles during World War One in the trenches, this uplifting musical celebrates a humble hero and encourages unity at a time of political upheaval. The critics have raved about it - why not check out all the fuss for yourself, when it arrives at St. Luke's Theater in New York
Whilst some dogs were wearing collars and leads between 1914-18, one plucky hound from New Haven was kitted out in his own uniform and saving fellow troops in the trenches of the Great War. Leading his unit out of mustard gas attacks, comforting the wounded, he became the most decorated war dog in that conflict. Now his heroic exploits are remembered in a charming new musical by Jack Dyville and Lawrence Wankel. Bring tissues and give your dog a big hug after you see this stunning piece of family theater.
,Ended 5 Feb 2017.
Opening night: 24 December 2016
Closing night: 5 February 2017
Suitable for ages 5+
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