Hamilton – Jazz Foster (That D+ Show Ep. 32)

Episode six of That Hamilcast welcomes That Nerdy Site’s own Jazz Foster to the show to share her love of Hamilton and its theatricality while also wishing it was a bit better about how it handles its female characters.

Hamilton – Joseph “Mr. Bad Bit” Moran (That D+ Show Ep. 31)

Episode five of That Hamilcast welcomes Joseph Moran from The Trophy Room podcast back to That D+ Show. Joe shares his newfound love for the show, the importance of representation, and his appreciation of the production’s portrayal of George Washington.

Hamilton – Josh Brown (That D+ Show Ep. 30)

Episode four of That Hamilcast welcomes Josh Brown from The Castle Vault podcast, another Disney Plus-centric show. Josh discusses coming to the show knowing nothing, falling in love with it, and finding the Hamilton Mixtape companion album.

Hamilton – Cameron Hawkins (That D+ Show Ep. 29)

Episode three of That Hamilcast welcomes Cameron Hawkins from DualShockers. Cameron walked into Hamilton mostly blind to the show and fell immediately down the rabbit hole with it, watching it 8 times in the first week on Disney Plus.

Hamilton – Cameron Abbott (That D+ Show Ep. 28)

Hamilton is now out on Disney Plus. And Trevor loves the show so much that he’s dedicated the next string of episodes solely to that offering, with a series of one-on-one conversations about the show. Episode two of That Hamilcast features Cameron Abbott.

Hamilton – Logan Wilkinson (That D+ Show Ep. 27)

Hamilton is now out on Disney Plus. And Trevor loves the show so much that he’s dedicated the next string of episodes solely to that offering, with a series of one-on-one conversations about the show. Logan kicks things off with this first episode.

The Hamilton Mixtape Review

Originally published on Trevor Trove on December 14, 2016 TL; DR(eview) – The Hamilton Mixtape makes for a great alternative listen if you enjoy the original but have listened to it hundreds of times like me and occasionally need a change of pace. It’s so inherently tied to the source material that I imagine it would beContinue reading “The Hamilton Mixtape Review”