Joe Moore and Pat Sajak to star in ‘Sunshine Boys’
Tickets are now on sale for the next Joe Moore/Pat Sajak reunion production, Neil Simon’s “The Sunshine Boys,” which opens June 18, 2020, at the Hawaii Theatre Center.
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Tickets are now on sale for the next Joe Moore/Pat Sajak reunion production, Neil Simon’s “The Sunshine Boys,” which opens June 18, 2020, at the Hawaii Theatre Center. It’s the fifth Hawaii Theatre show for Moore and Sajak, friends since they served together in Saigon during the Vietnam War. All proceeds benefit the Hawaii Theatre.
Moore and Sajak will play Willie Clark and Al Lewis, aging former partners in a super-star comedy act who haven’t spoken to each other in years. A television network wants them to reunite for a big television special. But the question is: Can Clark’s nephew/agent — played by Moore’s son, Bryce Moore — steer the two comic industry legends through the challenges of age-related ailments and unresolved personal conflicts from the past?
“Pat and I talked about doing ‘The Sunshine Boys’ after we did ‘The Odd Couple’ together at the Hawaii Theatre in 2001, but we weren’t old enough,” Moore said Wednesday. “Now we’ve aged into the roles and are the 70-somethings called for in Simon’s play.”
“Doing ‘The Sunshine Boys’ will not only give Pat and me a chance to continue our support of the theater, but also share the stage with my son, Bryce.”
Last year, Sajak and Moore’s production of “Dial M For Murder” raised more than $180,000 for the
Tickets cost $25, $35
(reserved seating) and $75 (VIP includes meet-and-greet with performers).
Call 528-0506 or go to