Life of Pi charts the adventures of Pi, a 16-year-old Indian boy, a Hindu who unusually embraces Christianity and Islam in his search for one God. His family owns a zoo in Pondicherry, southern India, but decides to emigrate to Canada, taking some of the animals with them. When their ship sinks, Pi finds himself adrift in a lifeboat with a hyena, a zebra with a broken leg, a female orang utan, a 450-pound royal Bengal tiger, his imagination and his faith…
Director - Keith Robinson
Producer - Twisting Yarn and Bradford Theatres
Designer - Naomi Parker
Author - A stage adaptation by Andy Rashleigh of the novel by Yann Martel
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