Venue: High Spirits, Next to ABC Farms, Mundhwa Road, Pune
Date & Time: 17th Apr, 2013 (Wed) / 9.30 pm - 10.30 pm
Vasu Ritu Primlani is a celebrated comic, and has been seen on national and international “Outstanding” media and television including Google video, CBS, KCSM TV, KALW “A force of nature.” 91.7 FL public radio, Delhi Doordarshan, SF Bay Guardian, SF “A master of expressions, Chronicle, KPFA, VOA loved the deadpan humor, and the BBC. you rock!”
Vasu Primlani’s pioneering stand‐up comedy is based on a scintillating look at life through the environment, based on her work in the United States, very strong social commentary, inter personal relationships, seeing India through new eyes (including how George Bush is like her mother), gender politics, men vs. women, climate change, environmental messaging, politics in a social context, a literary look at comedy, and experiences of an immigrant bumping into the culture and the laws of the United States. She is a keen observer of life around her, is often baffled by meaningless events and things.
She constantly questions the notion of ‘normal’, and challenges the male‐dominated and heterosexist mindset of society. She is best known for her physical humor and deadpan expressions.
Kenneth Sebastian is a 21 year old Film-maker, Musician and Graphic Artist. He has been making films since he was 15 years old and has had 4 years of experience as being a professional film editor. He has acted in plays, performed music concerts as a part of his band and also performed Stand Up Comedy along with well known stand up comedians like Praveen Kumar (Polished Bottoms), Sundeep Rao, Tanmay Bhat, Atul Khatri, Vipul Shah, Sanjay Manaktala, Sundeep Rao and Rajneesh Kapoor. He has done over 40 shows in Bangalore and is also part of the Improv Comedy Team “The Improv” Produced by Centerstage.
Kenneth has recently released his very first self composed album with his acoustic Blues band “Anup and Kenneth” and also has been involved with music composition and production for numerous independent short films and feature films.”