085: The Thanksgiving Play: Forget the Cranberry Sauce


Airdate: May 17, 2023

The Thanksgiving Play from Larissa Fasthorse shines a light on performative behavior. With D’Arcy Carden, Katie Finneran, Scott Foley and Chris Sullivan leading the way to bring the satirical play to life, makes your stomach hurt with laughter but also makes you think.

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084: Prima Facie: Things Need To Change


Airdate: April 19, 2023

Prima Facie has come to Broadway after an award-winning run on the West End in London. Jodie Comer makes her Broadway debut in this one woman show about Tessa, a barrister who has overcome so much to succeed in her chosen field. Yet, like one in three women, an event makes her question everything she’s even known or believed in. The play and our review will discuss themes that might be hard for listeners. A trigger warning is in effect for this entire episode.

“On the face of it, something has to change.”

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061: POTUS: Who Run The World? Girls

#062: POTUS (2022) REVIEW

Airdate: June 29, 2022

POTUS (2022) hit Broadway in a limited run this year. Forever Fangirls snagged tickets to see if the reviews about the uproarious laughter were true. Tune in to find out is that simple four letter word could cause shake the entire foundation of a presidency… get your power poses ready!

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024: Cats: Not so jellicle

#024. CATS (2019) REVIEW

Airdate: February 10, 2021

In 2019, the world was introduced to the movie version of the Broadway musical Cats…. much to the world’s chagrin. One night, while nothing was on television, this film happened to scroll across the Forever Fangirls screen. Since friends all agreed this was needed viewing, our hosts decided to sit back and give it the full 1:50 minutes of their lives. That time… is lost forever, but the scars of the viewing remain.

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020: The Prom: Dancing, singing, ehh…

#020. THE PROM (2020) REVIEW

Airdate: December 16, 2020

The Broadway musical, The Prom, was groundbreaking. During the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, the same-sex kiss threw conservatives into a frenzy. While the idea behind a lesbian wanting to take her girlfriend to prom is not groundbreaking in and of itself, but the fact that in 2020 we are still discussing it – is. Ryan Murphy gives his take on the show with a star-studded cast for the Netflix film. Forever Fangirls once again delves into the Good, the Bad, the Cute & the unicorn poop of it all. Did they follow the internet’s opinions and find it amazing? Or did they believe the critics’ reviews? Tune in and find out.

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