Confessed by: Anonymous
Note: Good catch! During Apocalyptour, Jim Povolo’s character referred to Starship as “exactly like The Little Mermaid, but in space”
Anonymous asked: "NAC: Hi! I'm a new fan, but who's Tiffany?"
Tiff is a character in MAMD played by Alle-Faye Monka!
Anonymous asked: "NAC: I don't know whether it's B@man or Twisted that has the heaviest language but as someone who's not entirely comfortable with a lot of cursing I felt HMB's language was way more jarring and that Twisted's blended in better. Like in Twisted they'd use the swears in places that made sense and felt natural but in HMB they'd just randomly say "f***" for a laugh. So that's why the language HMB seems more excessive to me."
Anonymous asked: "NAC: Starship and Ani are the two shows with the mildest language. B@man has the strongest language, followed by Twisted. The Potter musicals are middle-of-the-road since they have cursing but the heavy swears are bleeped. MAMD is in the same camp bc even though there is uncensored cursing there is much less than in B@man or Twisted. Trail to Oregon is different each show. It has a few F-bombs that are present every time but the language can be mild or heavy depending on the character names."
Thanks! The only point I’d argue is that I think that Twisted has more swears than B@man, but I might be wrong!
Anonymous asked: "nac: does starship have any curses/swears?"
Some mild language, no f-bombs that I can think of except for a cut that makes “firetrucked” sound like something else…I’d argue that it’s probably the most mild language-wise of the shows