This Podcast Won't Run A Week

Kat & SLee

Welcome to This Podcast Won't Run a Week! A biweekly musical theatre podcast by two unreformed (now fully adult) theatre kids. Follow along with hosts SLee and Kat, as we discuss musicals, dream casts, and whatever pops into our overly caffeinated heads. You can follow us @thispodwontrunaweek on Instagram and @thispodwontrun on Twitter to keep up with what we are doing each week and to suggest shows for us to discuss!

"Who doesn't love a ball?!" - Wicked (with Garrett Poladion)
4d ago
"Who doesn't love a ball?!" - Wicked (with Garrett Poladion)
"Come with me, to the Emerald City!" This episode Kat and SLee are talking all things Wicked, with the Number One fan himself, Garrett Poladion! In this extra long episode they get deep in all of the nooks and crannies of Oz, Kat reveals her secret shame, and the three create a brilliant plan to make Chicago warmer! Also! We have TOP SECRET tea about casting in the upcoming Wicked films! Listen to it here first!Performance Links: - ‘Defying Gravity’ performed by Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth at the Tony Awards - ‘As Long as You’re Mine’ performed by Stephanie J Block and Sebastian Arcelus - ‘Popular’ performed by Katie Rose Clarke - ‘Thank Goodness’ performed by Megan Hilty and the LA Cast - ‘As Long as You’re Mine’ performed by Idina Menzel and Norbert Leo Butz - ‘Dancing Through Life performed by Andy Karl and the Broadway Cast - ‘Man of La Mancha’ performed by Linda EderFollow us on Social Media!!@thispodwontrunaweek on instagram@thispodwontrun on twitter Your Tickets to Stranger Sings HereGuest: Garrett Poladion, @gpoladion on instagramCheck out Golem Owned a Tropical Smoothie!@golemmusical on instagram or golemownedatropicalsmoothie.com  Hosts: Kat Shaw, @katlynwithak on all platforms SLee, @justcallmeslee on all platforms  Theme Song written and performed by: Rachel Lind @rachellindnyc on instagram and @rachelglind on twitterArtwork by: Adele Simms, @artsyadele on instagramSupport the show
“Everything from Jimmy Nominees to Elaine Stritch” - Parade (with Rachel Lind)
22-07-2022
“Everything from Jimmy Nominees to Elaine Stritch” - Parade (with Rachel Lind)
*CW for Parade: Discussions of Antisemitism, Hate Crimes, Murder. And Pedophilia*"This is not over yet!" This episode Kat is joined by our delightful friend of the pod Rachel Lind to discuss Jason Robert Brown's Broadway debut Parade. Rachel shares her wealth of knowledge and informs Kat on the location of the Leo Frank Memorial location and the financial troubles of the original Broadway production. A surprising connection to the hit television show 'Bones' is made, Kat and Rachel pick the overpriced intermission cocktail menu, and they try to wrap their minds around the fact that this man wrote this and also 13: the musical. This is a good one y'all!Special thanks to our guest, theme song creator, and last minute cohost Rachel Lind. You can follow her at @rachellindnyc on instagram and @rachelglind on twitter.Check out Into the Woods at Roxy Regional Theatre in Clarksville, TN, You can purchase tickets here.Performance Links: - 1999 Tony Awards Performance by Brent Carver and Carolee Carmello - B Roll from the Original Broadway Production - ‘Real Big News’ performed by the Original Broadway Cast - ‘The Factory Girls/Come Up to My Office’ performed by the Original Broadway Cast - ‘Old Red Hills of Home’ performed by the Original Broadway Cast - ‘You Don’t Know this Man’ performed by Carolee CarmelloFollow us on Social Media!! @thispodwontrunaweek on instagram @thispodwontrun on twitter  Hosts: Kat Shaw, @katlynwithak on all platforms Savannah-Lee Mumford @dntcallmesavannah on instagram and @dntclmesavannah on twitterArtwork by: Adele Simms, @artsyadele on instagramSupport the show
“It’s been a week and he’s already showing red flags” - Rent
10-12-2021
“It’s been a week and he’s already showing red flags” - Rent
Christmas Bells are ringing! This episode Kat and SLee are discussing the Pulitzer Prize winning juggernaut: Rent (but only after briefly chatting about this holiday season).  Kat takes an opportunity to bring up the 1987 film The Mannequin, SLee learns something new, and they discuss tick, tick...BOOM! (Spoiler Alert for that btw!). Later on Kat discusses why ‘Christmas Bells’ is one of the best songs ever written (and no she will not be taking any criticism), SLee loves Maureen, and Kat has no idea how much guitars cost. Lastly, this is a Roger Hate podcast. 'Your Eyes'??? Absolutely not.Special shout out to the sirens that simply needed their sounds to be heard in this episode. Thanks for the ambiance.Performance Links: - A compilation video of Roger screaming “Noooooo” - ‘Christmas Bells’ performed by 2008 Broadway Cast - ‘We’re Okay’ performed by Tracie Thoms - ‘Over The Moon’ performed by Idina Menzel (1996) - ‘Take Me or Leave Me’ performed by Eden Espinosa and Tracie Thoms - ‘What You Own’ performed by Anthony Rapp and Adam Pascal in the 2005 film - ‘Today 4 U’ performed by MJ Rodriguez - ‘I’ll Cover You’ performed by Michael McElroy and Justin Johnston - ‘I’ll Cover You (reprise)’ performed by Jesse L Martin in the 2005 film - ’Santa Fe’ performed by the 2005 film cast. - ‘La Vie Boheme’ performed by the Original Broadway Cast.Follow us on Social Media!! @thispodwontrunaweek on instagram @thispodwontrun on twitter  Hosts: Kat Shaw, @katlynwithak on all platforms Savannah-Lee Mumford @dntcallmesavannah on instagram and @dntclmesavannah on twitter  Theme Song written and performed by: Rachel Lind @rachellindnyc on instagram and @rachelglind on twitter