Actor Munish Sharma (Iceland, This is War, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Chicken) debuts his skills as a playwright in this dark comedy. Love is in the air, but Mrs. Kuldeep Singh (Nimet Kanji) is having none of it. Her instincts could be right or she could be missing out on the best son-in-law she could ever ask for – Raj, whose methods are as extreme as his heart is sure.
Directed by Jessie Award-nominee Kathleen Duborg, produced by Gurpreet Sian and award-winning producer Rohit Chokhani, and starring Munish Sharma and award-winning actress Nimet Kanji (Bollywood Wedding, The Violet Hour, Continuum), Mrs. Singh & Me confronts cultural traditions and tackles generational differences, along with a generous helping of chai and cookies.
South Asian Arts is proud to be premiering Mrs. Singh & Me this Fall!
For more information, please visit www.southasianarts.ca
Tickets also available at Kamal's Video Palace (#103 - 8268 120th St., Surrey).
Starring: Munish Sharma and Nimet Kanji
Directed by: Kathleen Duborg
Dramaturgy by: Kathleen Duborg and Veronique West
Fight Choreography by: Shelene Yung
Stage Manager: Jenny Kim
Sound & Lighting: Chengyan Boon
Produced by: South Asian Arts Society – Gurpreet Sian and Rohit Chokhani
When & Where
Newton Cultural Centre
13530 72 Avenue
BC V3W 2P1
South Asian Arts Society
South Asian Arts Society is committed to creating performance and educational opportunities for professional and amateur artists; providingartistic forums that act as a platform for building knowledge of South Asian culture; forming bridges with Western culture and highlighting the similarities and differences via new projects, new ideas, and new collaborations.
We have a strong commitment to artistic excellence through innovation and creativity. Our well-established relationships with South Asian artists have helped us successfully promote the rich cultural diversity of British Columbia and present a wide spectrum of South Asian art forms to multicultural audiences.
Launching the Monsoon Festival of Performing Arts is our latest effort to support the development, production and presentation of South Asian art forms from BC, Canada and abroad.