Aspie Works Starts 2017 with ‘The Taming’!

This is the teaser poster for Aspie Works' reading of "The Taming."
This is the teaser poster for Aspie Works’ reading of “The Taming.”

Aspie Works kicks off its 2017 campaign with a one-night-only charity reading of The Taming!

Lauren Gunderson (Exit, Pursued by a Bear) writes this all-female political satire loosely inspired by Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew – to be performed at the MuCCC on Thursday, January 19 at 7:30pm.

Katherine is a Miss America pageant contestant whose political ambitions match her big spirit. Patricia is an uptight conservative senator’s aide trying to help her boss pass legislation. Bianca is a liberal blogger who has dirt on the senator and is ready to bring him – and Patricia – down. Then there’s also a side trip into American history that may leave them in a place where America’s political status quo can be challenged and perhaps destroyed…

Jacqueline Moe directs this charity reading, after helming Aspie Works’ 2016 hit Ghost Light; the cast is TBA.

Tickets will be $5 each, with proceeds benefitting the Women’s Foundation of Genesee Valley, who are dedicated to helping women become financially self-sufficient through seven Western New York counties.

Stay tuned to this site and Aspie Works’ Facebook and Twitter feeds for more information on The Taming!

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