Show goes on for Myanmar political satirists
Myanmar: After years of lampooning the junta, Myanmar's Moustache
Brothers aren't ready to stop poking fun at the regime yet, despite
dramatic changes that mean laughter is no longer such a risky business.
With nothing more than their sharp wit, the sexagenarian members of
one of the long-isolated country's most famous comedy troupes are
perhaps among the bravest dissidents to have stood up to the generals.
And they pull no punches when it comes to the new army-backed
government that took power last year after almost half a century of
outright military rule ended in the country formerly known as Burma.
“It's old wine in a different bottle,” said Par Par Lay, 64, also
known as “Brother Number One”.