Patty & Emily talk about the week in theatre, and take your questions and suggestions!
Episode 87: A Helluva Ride
Patty & Emily talk about Fox’s Rocky Horror Picture Show, tick, tick… BOOM!, and they experience The RIDE. And what an experience it was. Patty tells Emily all about Puffs off-Broadway. And they discuss the stories of the week, including Mel B joining Chicago, The Color … Continue reading →
Episode 86: Broadway’s Kevin James
Patty & Emily discuss theatre on TV this week with the Hamilton documentary and Rocky Horror Picture Show. They also go over the stories of the week, including Donna Murphy as Dolly Levi, upcoming shows Groundhog Day, Bandstand, and 13 Going on 30, and the controversy … Continue reading →
Episode 85: Team Sheryl
Patty & Emily discuss listener submissions of which shows they’ve done during high school and dreamcast Kate & Leopold The Musical. They also discuss the stories of the week, including War Paint and Sunset Boulevard, Wicked casting, and Disney profit sharing with the Frozen cast. … Continue reading →
Episode 84: Moonlighting the Musical
Patty & Emily discuss how they’re coping with these turbulent times: Patty through Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Emily through Moonlighting, leading them to dreamcast Moonlighting the Musical. They also discuss the list of the most produced plays and musicals by … Continue reading →
Episode 83: Broadway Bound
Patty & Emily talk about their experience at the Broadway Flea Market this year. They discuss the stories of the week, including more Reed Birney/Tracy Letts confusion, Broadway bound musicals Prince of Broadway and Madame Sousatzka, and Leslie Odom, Jr.’s upcoming Christmas … Continue reading →
Episode 82: Make It So
Patty & Emily talk about the Honest Accomplice Theatre benefit and the important work they’re doing. Last week, they went to the National Black Theatre’s event for Sweet and The Bad Years in Brooklyn. And they discuss the stories of the week, … Continue reading →
Kindness in New York Theatre? WHAAT?
Patty & Emily are the funny, feminist Broadway super-fans the internet needs. Because their audience tends to skew very young, I appreciate that they set an example of grace and understanding.
They do not always perfectly agree with each other or with the choices made in the shows they see, but they critique in the service of upholding the art they love with such a passion, rather than tearing it apart for easy laughs.
I honestly hope there is a way Patty and Emily can monetize the brand they’ve worked so hard to create, quit their day jobs, and have the freedom to pursue their comedy and theatre content creation full time. If anyone deserves that kind of success,it is them. Fantastic work, ladies.
So much fun!
As a longtime Broadway fan, I can't believe I just discovered Patty&Emily a week ago! They're so much fun and really know their stuff! Loving this podcast and catching up on old episodes now.
Yay Lady Friends
We've been catching up on your shows and just want you to know we love you!!
Ryan & Jason