Jess is a Musical Theatre expert, Andrew knows nothing about the Musical Theater world. Listen to hear the hilarity ensue as fresh eyes analyze musicals old & new.
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"Hey Hey Hey! Bim is the way!" Grab your face stickers and loincloths because we're joined by the incredible Matt Baume to talk about cult rock musical "The Apple." We chat about the show's overtones, strange sequences, and insane joys. This was an absolute delight, and you should listen!
"So may we start?" Grab your puppet daughter and abusive behavior because this week we're joined by the amazing Grace Aki to talk about "Annette" which was one of the most fun episodes we've recorded! Check it OUT!
"Rebecca, wherever you are your heart is restless like the wild and open sea..." Grab your burning staircase and litigation papers because this week we're joined by Blake Ross the creator of Burnt on BPN to talk about "Rebecca das Musical" it's a great episode and you may learn a thing or two!
"'Cause we got the beat We got the beat We got the beat, yeah" Grab your royal crown and your Go-Go's album because we're joined by Tom Alan Robbins and Alan Seales to talk about the criminally underrated musical "Head Over Heels" We chat about the show's development, the reviews, and the future! It's a great episode with two great guests!
Jess and Andrew are using Ai Dungeon a musical theatre story in this new series! This episode asks, "What if Elphaba had much darker ambitions, and unlimited power? Would she really embrace her Wicked nature?"
"My gift is my song, and this one's for you!" Grab your Can-Can bloomers and your Pop Songs because we're talking about the musical adaptation of Baz Luhrmann's classic film "Moulin Rouge the Musical." We chat about the show's failings, comparisons to the original film, and somehow we talk about the Nostalgia Critic and how cringe he is. It's a blast.
"First a boom Then a shout Then a crash Then a squeak" Grab you magnifying glass and coat because this week we're talking about the digital mystery musical "A Killer Party" -- we talk about the time the show was released during, how things have changed, and the effectiveness of digital theatre.