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We're back on the main feed with a Tony Awards Predictions Episode! Join Ben and Bran and their special guests, Zach Schiffman (@schlife) and "The" Dr. Dillamond (@DrDillamond) as we predict Tony winners, spread rumors and gossip, and gab about the best and worst of this season's Broadway musicals. #BroadwayIsBackApparently!…
 
We’re joined by past guests Nina Starner and Brittany Coyne to chat about the 94th Annual Academy Awards. Topics include Dune Tunes, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Hollywood sickos.Vic Berger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOH37W0jPpA&ab_channel=VicBergerSorry for the weird breaks in episodes! We’ll be back to regularity soon.…
 
Sibling duo Sophie Scanlon and Marty Scanlon join us for this larger-than-life episode on the Penny Marshall cinematic hit, BIG, and the Maltby/Shire musical flop, BIG! Topics include sweaty premises, The Lord of the Rings, and singing children.Follow Sophie’s cabaret “You Be The Guy”: https://www.youbetheguy.com/Find Marty (https://martyscanlon.co…
 
Enjoy this recording of our live show! Thanks for joining us this year. We're gonna take a few weeks off from the main feed and we'll see you in January! If you can't wait that long, please join us over at patreon.com/moviethemusical for some sweet bonus content. Happy Holidays!저자 MOVIE: The Musical!
 
It was a holiday weekend! Enjoy this peek at our Patreon feed with Ben, Bran and Em Modaff, composer of our theme song and all around talented person. They're currently starring in "Hundred Days" at Kokandy Productions. https://www.kokandyproductions.com/hundred-days/emiliemodaff.compatreon.com/moviethemusicalThanks so much to everyone that came to…
 
Elizabeth Gottlieb labors all day to discuss Dolly Parton’s star vehicle. Topics include Pigeon Forge, big hair, and hot baritones.Follow Liz on Twitter: @DrDillamondCome see us live on 11/19 at Davenport's Cabaret!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/movie-the-musical-the-cabaret-tickets-183564214507?aff=ebdsoporgprofile…
 
Our good luck charm, Sid Branca returns to chat about Fellini’s masterpiece and it’s numeral musical adaptation. Topics include autobiographical filmmaking, art about art, and Italian Heritage. Sid Branca’s website: http://sidbranca.com/Come see us live at Davenport's Piano Bar and Cabaret on Friday, November 19th at 8pm!https://www.eventbrite.com/…
 
We’ve escaped the icy grip of Walt only to fall into a time loop from 1993. Esther Fallick gets snowed in with the pod to talk about Harold Ramis and Bill Murray’s perennial favorite and its 2016 stage adaptation. Topics include breaking eggs, tiny cameras, and Australian idioms. Follow @estherfallick on social media! Buy tickets to our upcoming li…
 
The wonderful Grace Aki (Tell Me On a Sunday podcast) joins us to close out our Disney season with, what else, Disney’s latest animated behemoth, Frozen. Topics include Panic at the Disco, the future of Disney, and Ben and Bran’s official rankings of the films and musicals discussed this season!Listen to Grace’s podcast Tell Me on a Sunday: https:/…
 
29. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (w/ Rauly Luna)Playwright Rauly Luna (El Bear) journeys with us to Paris to discuss the *other* Victor Hugo musical! Topics include corrupt systems of organized religion, the TV show Reboot, and the magnificence of French architecture.@elbearwastherehttps://newplayexchange.org/users/40383/rauly-lunaTwitter @LunaRauly…
 
Nina Starner returns to tackle the classic body-swapping comedy Freaky Friday! Topics include would-be-assassins, Jamie Lee Curtis, and the amorphous nature of contemporary Broadway musicals.Follow Nina Starner on Twitter: @ninastarnerCheck out Nina on Looper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kqr1QZCDrzQ&list=PLOzaghBOlEsdLV6P3E_NczZsLEAUOihc1…
 
27. Aladdin (w/ Tina Munoz Pandya)Tina Munoz Pandya returns for a magic carpet ride into the world of Aladdin. Topics include stereotypes, animal sidekicks, and Big Willy Style. Tina Muñoz Pandya is a Chicago-based actor, singer, musician, teaching artist, and co-founder/producer of We the People present: A Podcast. She also insisted on nothing tha…
 
Our first ever guest, Bianca Phipps, finally returns to travel all the way from the ogre’s swamp to join us Under the Sea and talk about the chaotic history of the stage adaptation of The Little Mermaid. Topics include Hot Fish Dads, heelys, and toxic positoovity.More info on “Crown Noble”: https://buttonpoetry.com/product/crown-noble/The Pod Has B…
 
The illustrious Zach Barr (And Now They Sing!) triumphantly returns to the pod to dig into Disney’s first live-action stage adaptation, Mary Poppins. Topics include Sherry Bobbins, P.L. Travers, and musicals about houses.https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/28/movies/mary-poppins-returns-blackface.htmlZach Barr on Twitter/Instagram: @AdmiralZachBarrAnd …
 
Theatre Warrior Gaby Labotka agrees to Be Our Guest this week as we begin our journey into the world of the Disney Theatrical Productions canon with Beauty & The Beast. Topics include candle-on-feather-duster action, terrifying Beast costumes, and Schmigadoon!www.gabylabotka.comFollow Gaby: @Theatre_Warrior Groups of Ten or More People: https://www…
 
Filmmaker/actor Connor Allen Smith (Prairie Creek Productions) returns to discuss Fellini. Topics include temporal pincers, guilt, and Britney Spears. Connor (they/he) is an Arkansas-native, Chicago-based actor, director, & producer. They really love movies! You can find out which on their letterboxd and the kinds they like to make on their product…
 
Catherine Miller returns to pass the dutchie on the left hand side and talk about propaganda piece Reefer Madness and it’s subversive reshaping. Topics include weed, boring christian films, and Muppet Babies.Follow Catherine Miller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Scuffstahttps://www.jackalopetheatre.org/…
 
America’s Sweetheart Tyler Symone travels back with us to the cocaine-fueled 1980’s to dig into the psychedelic movie-musical flop that inspired a pretty kooky musical-theater reclamation project! Topics include the Razzie Awards, buckets of cocaine, and Zanna, Don’t!Tyler Symone is a New York City based actress and is delighted to have been able t…
 
Put your hands together for performer extraordinaire Eileen Tull who joins us to tell you what it’s all about. Old Hollywood, Old Broadway, and a truly bumpy night. Topics include Michael Shannon, gay overtones, and #SpankToMank .Eileen Tull is a storyteller, writer, poet, comedian, and one-woman-show person. She has performed throughout the countr…
 
Writer Andy Boyd journeys with us to a cabin in the woods (ooOOOoooh!) to dig into the spooky world of Sam Raimi and the fantastically Not Great musical it inspired! Topics include the Star Wars Prequels, the death of irony, and A Farewell to Arms.Andy Boyd is a playwright, cartoonist, and songwriter based in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. His play The Tra…
 
A free taste of the patreon for you sick little puppies! Sid Branca returns to discuss the best thing we will ever cover on this show. Topics include puppets, frame rates, and Italian American heritage.Follow Sid on everything: http://sidbranca.com/Subscribe to the Patreon: patreon.com/moviethemusical…
 
Playwright Beth Hyland joins the pod to talk Problematic Faves, Top 5 Lists, and how a Nick Hornby novel became the basis for cinematic and theatrical male ego in the best - and worst - ways. Topics include Glengarry Glen Ross, Jack Black, and the gentrification of Wicker Park. Beth Hyland is a playwright, screenwriter, and songwriter based in Chic…
 
All aboard the VW bus! Nina Starner (Looper) returns to the pod to discuss the curious case of how a pretty good writing team turned a pretty good movie into a pretty bad musical. Topics include There Will Be Blood, Bennifer, and Honey Boo Boo.Follow Nina Starner on Twitter: @ninastarner저자 MOVIE: The Musical!
 
The wonderful and hilarious Rivkah Reyes (Where Are We Now? Podcast, School of Rock) joins Ben and Bran to laugh our heads off discussing the comic satirical antics of Mel Brooks. From an Oscar-winning film to a record-breaking Tony Award-winning Broadway bonanza, what changed from stage to screen in the story of Bialystock and Bloom? Topics includ…
 
Master of Multimedia Sid Branca joins the pod to journey on down to Skid Row and investigate the equally exciting worlds of Roger Corman, and Howard Ashman & Alan Menken! Who knew that a man-eating plant would become a musical-theatre sensation, and inexplicably save the Disney corporation? Topics include arpeggios, Chicago storefront theater, and …
 
Casting Director Catherine Miller dishes on the popular kids in our discussion on the 1988 cult classic, and the conversation gets oh so very. Topics include strip croquet, Vampire Academy, and Welsh dialects.Follow Catherine Miller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Scuffstahttps://www.jackalopetheatre.org/…
 
This week, Chris and Nicole take a look at 1961's "Flower Drum Song". While not considered one of Rodgers & Hammerstein's classics, this movie is one of the few Hollywood studio films to feature an all-Asian cast. And while it might be a point of pride for many Asian theatre fans, that's not to say this film doesn't contain some issues as well.…
 
Director Chika Ike joins the pod to talk the king of camp himself, John Waters, and how his hair-hoppin’ 80’s feature film got *ahem* watered down in musical translation. Topics include roaches, Debbie Does Dallas, Hollywood Shuffle, and white liberal nonsense.Support Chicago Community Bond Fund here: https://chicagobond.org/Support GoodKidsMadCity…
 
MEAN GIRLSTheater Producer, and friend of the pod, Danielle Stack (Jackalope Theatre Company) joins Ben and Bran to find out whether Tina Fey’s iconic teen girl film-turned-musical is really as fetch as we remember. Topics include Tim Meadows, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Teen Girl Squad, and Mank! (Apologies for some audio issues on this episode!)Dani…
 
Filmmaker/actor Connor Allen Smith (Prairie Creek Productions) joins the pod to get wild with Billy Wilder, as we explore the journey of one of the earliest examples of a film-to-stage adaptation. Topics include Tony Soprano, horny executives, camera lenses, and how everyone’s rent is too damn high.Connor (they/he) is an Arkansas-native, Chicago-ba…
 
And we're back! After a hiatus, we're opening season 3 of this podcast with one of the most iconic and polarizing movie musicals of all-time, 1973's "Jesus Christ Superstar"! Given that Easter is right around the corner, and that we've already done "Godspell", we figured what better time to dip into this Andrew Lloyd Webber and Time Rice classic. N…
 
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