For our last Halloween episode this year we watched the classic, Little Shop of Horrors! It was Tiffany's first time watching it. Also we're still working on that puzzle...
Happy Halloween times! We watched Sweeny Todd while putting together a puzzle. We miss many key plot points while talking about this film, BUT you can see our puzzle on instagram! Isn’t that what really matters?
Welcome to St. Louis, what high school did you go to? We saw Meet me in St. Louis live in St. Louis The Muny’s 100 year anniversary.
We also watched the film version for comparison. Have you seen this show? Are you too scared of Tootie?
We watched Rigoletto - a mix between Beauty and the Beast and Phantom of the Opera. In this episode, listen to us discuss Tiffany crying, is bread in buttermilk a thing? Temporary dogs, and the benefits of calling the FBI on small town folk. Have you seen this family friendly film?
Kelli's back to prove she still exists and to give us her take on our episode on The Wiz! She also shares some fun facts about the stage show and the film.
It's a nice summer day, so we went outside to talk about Dreamgirls. Do you feel bad for Effie?
We saw the Wiz. Listen to Tiffany give a synopsis of the story and Kayla's deep philosophical musings about what it would be like to live inside a rock.
Kayla's sister Kelli (from the Hamilton and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat episodes, remember her?) had some thoughts about our latest episode Beaches and they were too good not to share. Enjoy!
Dear listeners, did I ever tell you you're my heroooooo
Hi we watched Beaches. Best friends watching best friends. It's like Inception!
Hi, hello, happy Summer! This is a story about the pros and cons of marrying for love, kinda.
Summer has finally arrived here in the Midwest so we decided to celebrate with a summer movie set in the Midwest. Surprise! Most of it is set in Winter. If you want to hear about a musical old timey version of the 90s romantic comedy You've Got Mail, you're in the right place.
Happy tax day, don't forget to send the IRS your money! We watched the farewell performance of Rent. Unfortunately we recorded this episode right after the Broken episode and we are lacking in enthusiasm (thanks Broken-bama). Hopefully we will be over the broken flu but next time.
Happy Easter, Passover, Resurrection Day, Spring or whatever you celebrate at this time of year! Join us as we watch the classic Dreamworks animated film The Prince of Egypt. Neither of us remember when we saw this for the first time, so travel down memory lane with us as we both remember when we saw Dreamworks’ Joseph King of Dreams instead (the Donny Osmond version is still the GOAT, don’t get it twisted). We discuss the differences of the biblical version and the animated film, celebrity voice actors, the burning bush’s ancestry.com results, and we try to figure out how to pronounce words.
We saw The Sound of Music live at the Fabulous Fox Theatre in St. Louis (thanks Kayla's dad!). We talk about the live version, the film version, and the NBC... thing...
Happy Valentine's month! For this *very special episode* join us as we talk about the uncertainty of dating, loving yourself, and the Good Taste podcast!
This week listen to us butcher the Spanish language, talk about laughter in morbid situations, and why Tiffany doesn't cry as we discuss Disney's latest feature film Coco.
Our New Year’s resolution is consistent posting. Here’s a step toward fulfilling that goal.
This week we talk Frozen.
We hit on topics such as:
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Was it really the greatest show?
If you like family togetherness and being led astray by the best songs on the album, there's a musical for that!
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Welcome to October! As our first Halloween episode of the year we're talking about the movie that single handedly launched a million and one Hot Topic franchises, The Nightmare Before Christmas! As always you can drop us a line at TAMFTpodcast on social media and gmail!
This week we talk about thew WICK-EDLY TALENTED Stephen Schwartz and his musical Wicked based on the novel by Gregory Maguire.
We're back again! We saw the Little Mermaid live during our local outdoor theatre's summer season (check out their website here: https://muny.org/ ).
Prepare for great topics like:
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We were gone for a minute now we're back with the jump off AKA we finally watched the 2016 NBC Live production of Hairspray... we wish we hadn't.