Musicals with Cheese


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.

Hosted by Jesse McAnally, Andrew DeWolf, and Brianna Jones.


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Musicals With Cheese #6: Musicals by Andrew

#6: Musicals by Andrew

This week Jess and Andrew play a game--- where Jesse gives Andrew a title of a REAL MUSICAL and Andrew has to guess the plot. Hilarity ensues! ...
Musicals With Cheese #5 – “Little Shop of Horrors”

#5 – “Little Shop of Horrors”

Andrew and Jess experience thrills and chills-- avoiding a total eclipse of the sun and appreciating Rick Moranis at the same time. Also, Jess & Andrew discuss which version of the Little Shop of Horrors film is better-- the one with or without Jim Belushi? ...
Musicals With Cheese #4: “Twisted”

#4: “Twisted”

Jess & Andrew talk about Starkid's Twisted this week! ...
Musicals With Cheese #3 Assassins (1990)

#3 Assassins (1990)

This week we talk about the group of individuals who thought that all their problems would be solved through shooting the President of the United States. In this conversation about Musical Theater we discuss why Garfield hates Mondays, James Barbour's sad continued existence on Broadway, and of course ...
Musicals With Cheese #2: “Rent”

#2: “Rent”

This week we talk about the laziest group of 20-somethings we've ever seen, and compare the stage musical to the 2005 Christopher Columbus film. Topics include questioning why this damn rock opera got made, whether the show would've been popular if it's composer hadn't died, and compare the ...
Musicals With Cheese #1: “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

#1: “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

This week we talk about the Demon Barber Sweeney Todd, and compare the stage musical to the 2007 Johnny Depp film. Topics include questioning whether or not Judge Turpin is really that evil, the romance between Todd and Lovett, and whether less is more when it comes to ...


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