Based on the classic novel by Daniel Defoe, this tale of survival and self-discovery is retold with an imaginative physical theatre flair that embraces friendship, empathy, self-esteem, communication and cultural differences.
An English sailor, shipwrecked on a remote island, works against all odds to survive alone for 25 years. Until one day, he rescues an islander from cannibals and the two develop a remarkable friendship. Adapted from the classic novel by Daniel Defoe, this imaginative retelling emphasizes communication, embracing cultural differences and empathy. Set sail with Crusoe and Friday on an adventure full of comedic miscommunication, history and heart!
This play has toured across Canada, to the United States, Singapore and Malaysia.
Take this opportunity to buy a performance for the local elementary school of your choice. Must take place within Greater Vancouver and be scheduled through our office.
Or make a donation of $900 directly to Axis Theatre Society and together we will choose a school in need, issue you a tax receipt and invite you to see the show in the school so you can see the impact your donation is making.
|For Ages:||Grades K-7|