The Julesworks Follies Performs at the Aztec Café, 8/24
The Julesworks Follies, Santa Fe's Community Monthly Variety Show, has its 17th Edition on Saturday, August 24th, starting at 7PM, again at the Aztec Café, 317 Aztec Street.
Riffing off last month's Sweet Sixteen show, we are calling this the Sour Seventeen although we do not mean to imply anything emotionally. Some things just inexplicably sound right.
New characters will be unveiled with "The Continuing Adventures of Cletus and Banshaw" as we hope to present more original material, while continuing to rip off talented people, including sketches and short Improv games.
A loyalist who had been missing will return, Jasmine Quinsier, with a spoken word piece and a bellydance clown piece.
And Gregg Turner returns as our musician. Turner recently toured California and Colorado playing solo and with his band.
Returning artists include: comedian Tom Sibley, authors Patrick Chavez and Leticia Cortez as well as experimentalists Andrew Kirkpatrick and Daryl Welllington and more from the writer Trent Zelazny. Other special guests and performers await confirmation and we hope impersonator Al Staggs and our newest performer, comedian Mark Fiegenbutz, will return.
Julesworks carries on performing their serialized play "Whatever You Do" with Part 17 including Jules, Tom Sibley, the voice of Stephen Rommel and returning to our stage again we hope is the young talent Brittani Marie Chapman.
Julesworks also carries on with the antics of The Full-On Monty Python Copyright Infringement Experience aka The Monty Python Recreation Brigade Squad Posse aka Crunchy, Raw, Un-Boned, Real, Dead Frog Parrot Droppings to perform sketches from The Flying Circus as well as reading snippets from The Holy Grail.
Rather than a door charge, we will reprise the Julesworks Raffle selling for a reasonable price tickets to win donated art and goods from Santa Fe's finest.
The Aztec Café offers its fine beverages and light snacks and treats.
The show continues its mission of offering a live safe environment for an array of Santa Fe's performers and artists.
We have confirmed our Second Randomual Julesworks Follies Showcase (after the success of our first one in April) at Warehouse 21, on Saturday, September 21st at 7pm. We will present more highlights from our monthly show as well as having some special guests and other notables.
Thanks for your continued support. See you on Saturday, August 24th at 7pm at the Aztec Café.
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