Joe Moore and his Army buddy Pat Sajak return to the Hawaii Theatre Center main stage, with all of the net proceeds for the show going to support the Hawaii Theatre Center!
People’s Choice and Emmy award-winner Pat Sajak returns to the Historic Hawaii Theatre alongside Hawaii’s most-watched news anchor Joe Moore, in a new production of Neil Simon’s hilarious and moving comedy The Sunshine Boys. Joining the dynamic duo in his professional stage debut is Bryce Moore, son of actor Joe Moore. Bryce co-starred in the made in Hawaii film, Under The Blood Red Sun, and is also a reporter for KHON TV. Together, the trio and supporting cast of Therese Olival, Jeanne Wynn Herring, Andrew Baker, Alex Munro, Bart DaSilva, and Andrew Doan will perform in support of the Historic Hawaii Theatre.
Kings of comedy, Willie Clark (Joe Moore) and Al Lewis (Pat Sajak) aka ‘The Sunshine Boys’ haven’t spoken to each other in years.
When CBS calls for the vaudevillian greats to be re-united for a television special, Willy Clark's nephew/talent agent, Ben Clark (Bryce Moore) tries to bring the two comedy legends together, but past grudges resurface as they take centre stage once more. Ageing ailments aside, can this legendary double-act overcome their differences for one last show?
Old rivalry and vintage hilarity abound in this classic comedy of showbiz and friendship.
Directed by Alex Munro, who has won multiple Po'okela Awards, The Sunshine Boys looks set to be the theatrical event of the year.
Facemasks are encouraged in the venue.