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The Aspie Hour

Ryan Smedley and Sophie Smyth use their shared passion for musicals to explore their experiences living with Asperger's Syndrome.

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The Aspie Hour

Date: 2 Dec 2019

Writers and performers Ryan Smedley and Sophie Smyth use their shared passion for musicals – and plenty of jokes – to explore their experiences living with Asperger’s Syndrome.

A Green Room Award-winner for Best Writing and nominee for Best Ensemble, The Aspie Hour played to sold out houses during its extended run at the 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

The Aspie Hour debunks common misconceptions about the neurological condition and celebrates the life-changing glee of big-hearted song and dance.

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