Posted by on Jun 29, 2009 in Parsi News | 0 comments

The Amateur Performers Bureau (APB) unveiled its maiden production in April this year. The adaptation of Neil Simon’s “Sunshine Boys” was performed at the India Habitat Centre to critical acclaim and received a standing ovation.

The Sunshine Boys will be staged again at the Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, on Saturday, July 11, 2009 at 730 pm

All proceeds of the show will go to a charity “Cankids … Kidscan” which is working with kids who have cancer and their families. Admissions are priced at Rs. 500, Rs. 400 and Rs. 250.

For seat reservations or other information feel free to write to percy@apbonline.in

“The 90 minute comedy is about two retired perfomers, Fali Daruwala & Gurvinder Galgotia. The “Fali & Guri” show was the most popular comedy on television for many long years. Guri’s sudden retirement left Fali bitter & lonely. When Fali’s nephew persuades the pair to come together once again after 11 years, the old resentments and idiosyncracies resurface with a vengeance leading to a hilarious episode of mismatched expectations.”

P.S. APB is a non-profit engaged in promoting performing and visual arts. APB will not accept donations or grants from private parties or the government in any form or manner.

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