Soulpepper Theatre Company presents Ravi Jain's autobiographical play about arranged marriage. More…
Soulpepper resident artist Ravi Jain shares the stage with his real-life non-actor mother, Asha, as they tell their respective sides of her attempt to arrange his marriage. Presented in association with Why Not Theatre. Part of the Soulpepper on 42nd Street festival.
See it if You want an evening full of laughter, love, family, and the chance to peer into someone else's own crazy family life in the best way.
Don't see it if You hate fun.
See it if you like the feeling of being around a large table late at night with highly amusing hosts who keep you entertained and embraced.
Don't see it if if you can't relate to families who care deeply about one another, but still bug the heck out of each of each other.
See it if You want to be surprised, moved, delighted. It's a show for anybody who knows what it's like to struggle to understand your mom. beautiful
Don't see it if you just have to see it!
See it if You like real life stories that make your belly laugh! Very relatable if you have immigrant parents
Don't see it if You don't have patience with untrained actors
See it if You like innovative and simple storytelling! So wonderful to see two real people share a story with an audience! A delight!
Don't see it if You don't like storytelling. And arent interested in other cultures and stories