Mid-Spring Quiet Will Lead to an Exciting Summer & Fall

Right now all is quiet on the Aspie Works front, with no new shows coming during the spring.

Starting this summer, the label and its creative force are set to take part in several projects.

Aspie Works will return to the Rochester Fringe Festival in September with Wallace Shawn’s one-person play The Fever, directed by company founder Justin Rielly.  The play follows an entitled traveler who recalls their experiences in a Third World country undergoing social and political crises.  Casting, dates and the venue of performance are TBA.

Rielly is also collaborating on producer John Borek’s reinterpretation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, scheduled to be performed on May 5 at the MuCCC.  The show features 20 writers revising the play’s 20 scenes.  Rielly is also set to participate in the new Rochester sketch project Burn the Pinkos, when they launch a month of new shows in June.

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