Two funny women interviewed each other about their lives. They’re also sisters. They were raised like twins, best friends, by a hovering yet distracted Jewish mother and a drama-and-opera-prone psychiatrist father.
Faith Soloway is a director for Urban Improv, a violence prevention program in Boston, as well as heading the Musical Theater Department of The Charles River Creative Arts Program in Dover, Massachusettes. When not writing and working with children, Faith writes and produces her own genre of "schlock operas," including "Miss Folk America" and "Jesus Has Two Mommies." Faith worked in Chicago as a musical director for Second City, as well as created musicals with The Annoyance Theater. It was at the Annoyance Theater where Faith and Jill co-created The Real Live Brady Bunch, which went on to see national success. Faith currently resides in Boston with her partner Carol and her daughter Betsy. Jill Soloway has worked as a writer and executive producer on such shows as How to Make It in America, United States of Tara, and Six Feet Under. She authored Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants, a hilarious/dirty/sad memoir hailed as a post-feminist manifesto for the next generation. She is currently adapting the Pamela des Barres book I'm With The Band into a 1/2 hour comedy for HBO with Zooey Deschanel. Jill started out doing theater with her sister Faith in Chicago. Jill also created Sit n' Spin, a night of comedic monologues that has run for ten years in L.A. Jill has two sons and lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Bruce.