SENTIMENTAL MEN to Celebrate the Holiday Season with a Live Show

Sentimental Men

Sentimental Men hosts Kevin Bianchi and Quincy Brown | Photo: Michaelah Reynolds

Jordanna Brody
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November 28, 2023 12:10 PM

Calling all Sentimentals! Let us be glad that "Sentimental Men" are hosting a holiday show Monday, December 11 at 7PM at The Green Room 42! The evening will feature performances by Broadway Elphabas Emily Koch, Talia Suskauer, Carrie St. Louis, and Lindsay Heather Pearce, with additional names to be added. Did someone say “holiday greetings and gay happy meetings”? To celebrate the end of an Oztastic year for the podcast, the hosts are talking (and maybe screaming) with some of their favorite women in musical theater. The boys will be getting Sentimental with a coven of former witches for an evening of role swapping, Elpha-belt-offs and all-around gay chaos. The event is produced by Theatrely. James Kennedy serves as music director.

“Sentimental Men” is an interview-based ode to the women of musical theater, with a special emphasis on Wicked’s green girl. Each episode, hosts Quincy Brown and Kevin Bianchi are joined by one of their favorite leading ladies to talk about the stand-out moments in their careers.

James Kennedy writes plays and musicals and things in-between. His work has been seen at cool places like the Humana Festival, the Kennedy Center, and National Sawdust, as well as schools and community theaters from Ohio to Japan. He was born on the exact same day as Kevin Bianchi, was honored to be an early guest on the podcast, and had seen Wicked more times than any other musical. He’s been playing piano for 26 years and still can’t play “No Good Deed,” but that won’t stop him from trying.

“Sentimental Men” will be presented Monday, December 11 at 7:00 PM at The Green Room 42. The cover charge ranges from $20-$50. A livestream option is available for $20. For tickets, please visit

Sentimental Men, presented by Theatrely, is a Broadway podcast inspired by Wicked. It is an interview-based ode to the women of musical theatre, with previous guests including Jessica Vosk, Eden Espinosa, and Tony Award winners Beth Leavel and Stephanie J. Block. You can listen to and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

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Jordanna Brody

Originally from South Florida, Jordanna Brody graduated from Emerson College with a BFA in Theatre Education and Performance in 2019. Her experience teaching, performing, directing, and working behind the scenes informs her perspective on theatre in every way. She is passionate about uplifting marginalized voices and innovative theatrical experiences.