Anomaly Podcast
Fun but deep episodes on Sci-fi / Fantasy and geek culture. Covering Star Trek, Star Wars, and other sci-fi fantasy TV, book, and movies. In addition to the episodes available here, you'll find many, many more at

In this episode of Anomaly Supplemental, Kasey and Sue discuss the 1987 Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine musical “Into the Woods”, which brings together classic fairy tale characters with exception storytelling and music. Though the show has had many incarnations, the podcast focuses on the original Broadway production, which was filmed in 1989 to be broadcast on PBS in 1991, and subsequently released on DVD (it is available for purchase and Netflix streaming). We discuss the story (spoilers!), music, lyrics, writing, characters, and themes as well as the resurgence of fairy tales in popular media, why theater fans care so much about casting, and how much we adore Stephen Sondheim. Oh, and it's possible that we sing... just listen all the way to the end. Visit the show notes for additional information and links.

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Direct download: Into_The_Woods.mp3
Category:theater -- posted at: 9:05pm CDT

Anomaly of The Hunger Games

Spoiler Alert! In this episode of Anomaly, Jen and Angela are joined by the entire staff for a roundtable discussion of the first book and movie in Suzanne Collin's "The Hunger Games" trilogy. They taked about their impressions and compared the book to the film. Please be aware that spoilers abound! There are also one or two VERY minor spoilers for "Catching Fire", the second installment in the trilogy. Visit the show notes for additional links, promos, music credits and Anomaly contact information. If you like our show please If you enjoy this episode, please share and rate us on Stitcher Radio, iTunes, Zune and give us a rating. Thank you for listening!

Direct download: AnomalyOfTheHungerGamesPart1.mp3
Category:Round Table Reviews -- posted at: 10:24pm CDT