It's a story of loyalty and friendship brought to the stage in a way that's unlike anything you've seen before. War Horse has won five Tony awards -- and continues to captivate audiences with its unique puppetry. And now you have a chance to see it right here in Jacksonville. Photojournalist Chris Shriver takes us inside the production. 3 00-05 16-21 30-35 101-108 128- 136This week the Artist Series is bringing the Tony Award winning production Warhorse to the stage at the TU Center. A powerfully moving imaginative drama filled with amazing music, live action, and astounding puppetry that tells the story of a boy and his horse during World War 1. " We got an up close and personal look at the star of Warhaorse, Joey, and the people that bring him to life.There's even a local tie to the show, the cousin of Michael Morpurgo, who wrote the childrens classic the play was adapted from lives right here in Jacksonville, and she's seeing the show for the very first time.It takes three talented puppeteers to bring Joey to life with amazing results.The show runs through Sunday, tickets are available at the TU center box offfice, and artistseriesjax.org If you want to see War Horse for yourself -- here's what you need to know. It's at the Times-Union Center tonight through Sunday. There are evening shows tonight and tomorrow night -- as well as matinee and evening shows Saturday and Sunday. Tickets start at 52 dollars. To get yours -- head to artist series Jax dot org.