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Hear what The New York Times calls "the future of musicals"... 36 Questions, a three-part podcast musical starring Jonathan Groff and Jessie Shelton.

36 Questions is produced by Two-Up, the producers of Limetown and The Wilderness.

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36 Questions – The Podcast Musical Two-Up

    • Drama
    • 4.7, 1.9K Ratings

Hear what The New York Times calls "the future of musicals"... 36 Questions, a three-part podcast musical starring Jonathan Groff and Jessie Shelton.

36 Questions is produced by Two-Up, the producers of Limetown and The Wilderness.

Thank you for listening.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.9K Ratings

1.9K Ratings

ElevenKrause ,

Excellent

Terrific story and great music. Very compelling. Thank you! Reminds me a lot of Anais Mitchell’s music

Kimberuth503 ,

Interesting and fun

It was fun to listen to on my drive. It was not a storyline I had ever really heard before, so I enjoy the originality.

Monkerhead ,

Absolutely awesome!

First, let me get my criticisms out of the way. I didn’t like the ending. It leaves you feeling unsatisfied. It also leaves it so that a season 2 is easily possible so please do that. If not that, we need more musical podcasts, any musical podcast. While I say that I don’t like the ending, it’s also probably what really grabs you about this musical. You really don’t know the end so your imagination can run wild.

Second, 36-19=17. This is by far the worst thing about the musical. I noticed it the first time I listened to it when Jace said that he owes Judith some answers...16 to be exact. He had only answered 19 questions so he had 17 left. 19+17=36. As much as I’d like to know about what Happened with Judith the last 8 years of the podcast and both of them after, I want to know how this little mistake got through the writing process, proofreading, production etc without anyone picking up on it. I’ve read a bunch of reviews and nobody else seemed to have picked up on it either but it drives me insane every time I hear it.

Besides what I already mentioned, this is perfection. The characters are very well developed, and they’re quite relatable. It’s not hard to put yourself in either of their shoes. Really, I think this is the greatest part of the whole musical. You get attached to Jace and Judith and really feel for them. It becomes a roller coaster ride of emotions and that’s the whole reason we watch fictional tv shows and movies, listen to podcast, read books. We want to feel something. Without feeling, works of fiction are just boring. This musical was far from it and that’s mostly because of the emotions it brings forth. Definitely worth a listen and a “listen-back.”

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