Musicals with Cheese Podcast

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. Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h4m. Bisher sind 446 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 4 Tage.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 19 days 9 hours 56 minutes


APRIL FOOLS: "Avengers: Endgame"

It finally happened


 April 1, 2019  19m

episode 30: #30: "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"

Six inches forward and five inches back! This week Jess & Andrew cover John Cameron Mitchell's masterpiece "Hedwig & the Angry Inch." The duo talk about it's frank depiction of a botched sex change operation, the amazing music, and the adaptation to film and how the metaphorical elements innate in the content translates. It's a blast to listen to, so tune in.


 March 29, 2019  48m

BONUS: Interview w/ Composers Chris Littler & Ellen Winter ("36 Questions")

In this super bonus episode Jess is joined by the composers of the Podcast Musical "36 Questions," Ellen Winter & Christopher Littler. He talks about their creative process, the inspirations for the musical, the storytelling methods, and how this show became the incredible piece it is today. It's a wonderful bonus episode with a ton of insight about creating a musical! This is not to be missed!


 March 25, 2019  58m

episode 29: #29: "Merrily We Roll Along" (feat. Adam Wachter)

It's our time! This week Jess & Andrew are joined by composer Adam Wachter to talk about Stephen Sondheim's "Merrily We Roll Along." Topics that are covered include Stephen Sondheim's self confidence and god complex, Adam Wachter's film career, how Jess, Andrew, and Adam all discuss who they most relate to, Jess finally reveals his sexuality, and Andrew questions why the musical was told backwards in the first place.It's a rip-roaring good time!


 March 22, 2019  1h18m

episode 28: #28: "Hello Again"

Hello Again! This week Jess & Andrew cover Michael John LaChiusa's Song Cycle Hello Again-- with a specific eye to Tom Gustafson's 2017 film adaptation of the same name.It's a rip-roaring good time where the duo talk about a lot of frank sexual acts-- so be warned.


 March 15, 2019  54m

episode 27: #27: "Matilda: The Musical" (feat. Brent Black aka brentalfloss)

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 March 8, 2019  1h27m

episode 26: #26: "Disneyland Musicals" (feat. Tony Goldmark)

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 March 1, 2019  1h11m

BONUS: Interview w/ Composer Edward W. Hardy ("The Woodsman")

In this super special BONUS episode Jess & Andrew interview the incredible composer of "The Woodsman" Edward W. Hardy! In this super special bonus episode they talk about Edward's incredible journey from childhood prodigy to a composer of amazing Off-Broadway hit. Edward was a joy to have on, and truly a remarkable person! This episode is not to be missed


 February 25, 2019  41m

episode 25: #25: "Next to Normal"

Sponsored by Audible. Get your FREE AUDIOBOOK at're Alive, We're Alive, we are SO alive! This week Jess & Andrew cover Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt's 2008 rock musical "Next to Normal." The duo covers the musicals history, representation of the medical science, musical representation, and somehow they talk about Shaggy from Scooby Doo. It's really one crazy fun episode that is not to be missed.


 February 22, 2019  1h3m

episode 24: #24: "Love Never Dies" (feat. Elisa Hansen)

Sponsored by Audible. Get your FREE AUDIOBOOK at: week Jess & Andrew are once more joined by the incredible Elisa Hansen to talk about Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to The Phantom of the Opera-- Love Never Dies. They talk about the missteps in the creation of the show, the god-awful music, and the overall baffling choices made in creating this unneeded sequel.Special Thanks to Patrons:Terri NeedlemanStephanie L


 February 15, 2019  1h21m