Indian Wedding, their interactive sketch comedy show about fake family nuptials at the Three Clubs. They play Pinky and Bubbly, two haughty sisters from New Delhi, celebrating the marriage of their brother, Tarun, on sangeet (meaning music and dance in Hindi), the night that takes place before the ceremony and reception of an Indian wedding, which typically lasts three to seven days. It's the most festive of the wedding celebrations and includes henna designs, food, music, singing and dancing. Dhaliwal and Sachatrakul not only schmooze with the crowd but greet guests at the door, offering them traditional Indian sweets. And each night, they're joined by fellow South Asian artists, who are part of the show and perform music, comedy and dance. Tonight's lineup includes Neal Dandade, Nalini Sharma, Sri Panchalam, Richa Shukla and Anne Akhila Rubins Kang. It has all the fun and dysfunction of a real wedding minus — hopefully — the chicken dance.
Weddings make people cry. But have you ever laughed during a fake one? Since last year, comedians/writers Amrita Dhaliwal and Sunanda Sachatrakul have hosted