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January 10, 2002

ULM presents the "Sunshine Boys"

The University of Louisiana at Monroe Performing Arts Series presents The Sunshine Boys on Thursday, January 17th at 7:00 p.m. at the Monroe Civic Center.

The Sunshine Boys is one of Neil Simon's comedy hits. It is praised as one of the best plays in the career of this Broadway hit-maker. This 1972 tribute to vaudeville was brought back to Broadway in 1997 with stars Tony Randall and Jack Klugman. This national tour brings together comedian and impressionist Frank Gorshin, best known as The Riddler on television's "Batman," and television/radio/and film star Dick Van Patten, best known as Tom Bradford on television's "Eight is Enough."

Patron memberships to ULM's Performing Arts Series are $180.00 for two season tickets, reserved memberships are $60.00 per season ticket, and ULM students are admitted free with ID.

News cameras will be allowed in the theater for a short time at the beginning of the performance. If your news organization would like more information or to arrange an interview with Frank Gorshin or Dick Van Patten, please make prior arrangements by calling Veronika Brown at 342-5444.

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