'LIFE OF PI' SCORES AT THE OLIVIERS

Apr 11, 2022

By Andy Johnson

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There was some Canadian content in the winner’s circle at last night’s “Oliviers” in London.

At the British equivalent of the Tonys, the big winner was the intimate, sold-out production of “Cabaret.”  Top acting honours went to Eddie Redmayne.

Redmayne’s co-star Jessie Buckley, was named best actress.

The Literary adaptation of Yann Martel’s “Life of Pi” won five prizes, including best new play.

The 58-year old author was raised in Vancouver.  He won the Booker Prize for the book which then became a hit movie.

The supporting actor prize went to the seven performers who collectively play the puppet tiger in the show.

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