As we head into Super Tuesday, political satirist Randy Rainbow looks to the wisdom of the Lloyd Webber canon to help us find our way past the gaffes, blunders, missteps and exits among the Democratic candidates.
In a mash-up of “Any Dream Will Do” and “Coat of Many Colors” from the hit musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Rainbow underscores the one definitive truth for Democrats this election cycle: “Any Dem Will Do.”
As usual, Rainbow’s wordsmithing is on point and clever.
“How will I choose / It’s like the lotto / But here’s my motto / Any Dem will do”
The oh-so-brilliant Emmy Award nominee Randy Rainbow sends us into the weekend with this satirical take on the current House impeachment inquiry via a send-up of “Cain’t Say No” from the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, Oklahoma!
Randy Rainbow trolls Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani – “former mayor and soon-to-be-former lawyer of soon-to-be-former president, Donald Trump – with the query, with this parody of ABBA’s “Mamma Mia.”
Giuliani, here you go again Lie, lie, how can we believe you? Giuliani, gurl who let you in? Ay, ay, when will Donald leave you? Blowing his own defenses, flubbing his false pretenses, Can’t trust what he says on TV shows
Bravo Randy Rainbow on another wild and wacky ride through Trump Town. Hit play below 🙂
Political satirist Randy Rainbow’s latest hysterical offering is his mashup of tunes from the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice classic musical, Jesus Christ Superstar.
But in this iteration, Rainbow riffs on Donald Trump’s recent headlines when he tweeted about a political pundit referring to him as the “King of Israel,” and when he looked up to the sky and said, “I am the chosen one.”
So, Randy mixes his magic on three songs from the show: “King Herod’s Song,” “Everything’s Alright,” and the title track.
“Cheeto Christ, Cheeto Christ / He’s like if Jesus were pumpkin-spiced.”
What better way to start the week than new Randy Rainbow?
In his latest parody, Randy puts his twist on the opening number from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. But in this incarnation, instead of “Belle!,” Attorney General William Barr gets the satire treatment with “Barr!”
With the premiere of the eighth and final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones set for April 14, uber-talented Allison Lane and creative partner Chris Ritter serve up this delightful parody of Chicago the Musical’s “Cellblock Tango.”
Only here, we are celebrating the merry murderesses of Westeros!
Watch Arya Stark, Daenerys Targaryen, Lady Olenna Tyrell, Sansa Stark, Brienne of Tarth, & Cersei Lannister explain why all those men “Had It Comin”!