The Justin Rielly Show

It's free-form music programming mixed with perceptive interviews with local creators - just the way it should be...brought to you by the mind behind Aspie Works.

Past Episodes

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Little Shop of Horrors (4/8/18) Aired: Sunday, April 8, 2018

    This episode features Dangerous Signs' "Little Shop of Horrors" - director Luane Davis Haggerty, actor-designer Danica Zielinski, actor Aaron Grippo, and even the man-eating plant Audrey II; featuring music by Elvis Costello, Kings of Leon, The Turtles, Rick Astley, Susanna Rose, Steve Martin, They Might Be Giants, Sam Bradley, Ace, Dawes, Ludovic Bource and Level 42.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Larry Ploscowe (4/1/18) Aired: Sunday, April 1, 2018

    This episode features actor Larry Ploscowe (starring in Black Sheep Theatre's anthology show "Family Affairs") and songs ripped to shreds by critics, music magazines and the artists themselves as some of the worst music ever; includes music by John Lennon, Billy Joel, R.E.M., Spandau Ballet, Phil Collins, Huey Lewis and the News, Mr. Mister and Wang Chung.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Jean Gordon Ryon (3/25/18) Aired: Sunday, March 25, 2018

    This episode features acclaimed theater director Jean Gordon Ryon, who is working on the Irish Players' latest project "Closing Time"; features music by Semisonic, David Bowie, Crowded House, Peter Allen, Oingo Boingo, The Beach Boys, Steve Winwood, Mandolin Orange, The Ramones and Bruce Hornsby and the Range with Shawn Colvin.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Fiona and Ged (3/18/18) Aired: Sunday, March 18, 2018

    This episode features actors Fiona Criddle and Ged Owen, as they prepare for their work on WallByrd's upcoming production "The Taming of the Shrew"; includes music by Flogging Molly, Sisters of Murphy, Van Morrison, The Corrs, Jeff Buckley, Bruce Springsteen, The Pogues, The Cranberries and U2.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Ilhan and Kelsey Claire (3/11/18) Aired: Sunday, March 11, 2018

    This episode features an illuminating discussion on women in Rochester comedy, featuring the talented comediennes Ilhan Ali and Kelsey Claire Hagen; features music from Florence + the Machine, Patti Smith, Beth Orton, Sylvie Lynn, Sara Bareilles and Scandal with Patty Smyth.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Bart, Jahaka and The Sunset Limited (3/4/18) Aired: Sunday, March 4, 2018

    This episode features a conversation with actors Don Bartalo and Jahaka Mindstorm, starring in the Cormac McCarthy play "The Sunset Limited"; features music by Bill Withers, Hank Williams, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix Experience, Seal, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eddie Money and Bob Marley and the Wailers.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Choice Conversations II (2/25/18) Aired: Sunday, February 25, 2018

    This episode features conversations from previous episodes, including encore visits with Rochester for All leader Rachel Barnhart, best friends Taimer Hill McGowan & Cassandra Lamantia, and Katboocha founder Kat Schwarz.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Get Caked and Get Blasted! (2/18/18) Aired: Sunday, February 18, 2018

    This episode features Get Caked founder Kelly Halligan & her partner Andrew Scott and Bread & Water Theatre's JR Teeter & actor Skylar Shaw, as they prepare the company's latest show Blasted; features music by Bryan Adams, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Nik Kershaw, Susanna Rose, The Band, The Cars and Bonnie Raitt.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Katboocha and the Bronze Collective (2/11/18) Aired: Sunday, February 11, 2018

    This epic episode featured Kat Schwarz, the creator of the new Rochester kombucha brew Katboocha; and Karen Culley & Robert Djed Snead, two creative artists who are part of the week-long African-American theater event The Bronze Collective; features music by Sara Bareilles, John Hiatt, Elvis Costello, Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers, Split Enz, Sting and Warren Zevon.

  • The Justin Rielly Show - Kevin Dedes (2/4/18) Aired: Sunday, February 4, 2018

    This episode features a rare solo appearance by Kingfisher Theater's director Kevin Dedes, as he prepares for his latest project "R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots)"; features music by Dave Matthews Band, Leonard Cohen, The Pogues, Eddie Money, Eric Carmen, Paul McCartney, Mandolin Orange, Leo Kottke, Otis Redding, The Temptations and Martin Page.

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