Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre | New York, New York
The "Life of Pi" is everything you could ever need from a play. Expect to witness the most incredible visuals on the planet complimented by an unequaled cast as well as the most excellent musical score the industry has ever heard. The Observer actually described it as "Everything about this production is amazing." You truly can't afford to pass up on this opportunity of a lifetime. People will all want to be there so anticipate tickets to run out faster than you can blink but lucky for you, we have a some available now. Don't delay, buy yours by clicking on the "Get Tickets" button before it is too late for a showing at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on Tuesday 25th July 2023.
At the start of the story, we are presented to Piscine Patel, also known as "Pi," and the rest of the Patel family. The subsequent actions that follow, however, are terribly traumatic for the Patel family.
The Patel family lose their lives and life's possessions in a catastrophic sea storm. Pi, the last human alive, is charged with taking care for a variety of animals, including a Bengal tiger (named Richard Parker), a hyena, a zebra, and an orangutan.
How long do you think you could remain alive if your ship sank while you were halfway across the world? Assume a hungry Royal Bengal tiger traveled with you and needed your protection during the traumatic experience. How do you think it would be possible to do both of those things at the same time?
Pi is just a young boy and the only human survivor of a shipwreck, but he must embark on a perilous dangerous journey around the globe in order to fight for his survival. As soon as Pi comes to land, the curious onlookers begin questioning him about his miraculous experience.
New York, New York will be hosting live, this adaptation of Piscine Patel's story at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. It is an absolutely awe-inspiring story to behold and best experienced on stage. You have to be there!