BWW Interview: How The Tin Can Brothers Are Giving Animation a New Voice with Garbage Musicals

The Tin Can Brothers, a trio of LA-based entertainers, have not too long ago launched their latest venture, Rubbish Musicals. They got here along with media model Wisecrack and gaming channel ArcadeCloud to launch a brand new animated sequence to focus on the musicals that by no means made it to Broadway.

In addition they labored with quite a few different Broadway Alum’s for the movies, together with AJ Holmes (Ebook of Mormon) who co-wrote and carried out in Disney Takes Over The World, Clark Baxtresser who wrote and carried out in Unhappy Keanu Ballad, and James Tolbert who carried out in Dad’s Gotta Be taught Fortnite, in addition to Meredith Stepien and Brian Holden who labored on the Flat Earth Conspiracy Love Track.

The Tin Can Brothers spoke with us about what impressed them to create these musicals!

Learn the complete interview under!


How did you provide you with the thought for the Rubbish Musicals come?

Brian: Late final yr we had been approached our buddy, Jacob who ran the YouTube channel Wisecrack, on the time we had really all occurred to reside in the identical condo constructing, and for years talked about working collectively on a venture and this got here alongside, and it simply appeared like a terrific marriage of all of our pursuits. So we sat down and we got here up with these first 4 episodes of simply enjoyable popular culture concepts that you’d by no means suppose could possibly be musicals and commenced the method of turning them into these musical numbers.

What has it been like placing these musicals out throughout this unprecedented time?

Joey: I believe for most individuals, particularly numerous creators proper now, it is, been good to have issues to place out on the planet to form of break up a few of the information cycle parts which can be extra upsetting. It is also been enjoyable to faucet to animation, seeing as, particularly in our trade, animation is seemingly a approach ahead that we’ll be capable of proceed amid pandemic conditions, simply because individuals can file issues remotely, animators can work on issues individually. It does not require the manufacturing parts {that a} typical YouTube shoot would entail or placing on a stage musical, so it ended up being serendipitous that this venture was launched now, as a result of it is one thing that may very simply proceed amidst the present scenario.

How have you ever loved utilizing this new medium of animation to inform tales?

Corey: It was very thrilling for us. Because the Tin Can Brothers, we work throughout totally different mediums already, we do reside stuff, we do movie stuff, and I believe we get numerous pleasure and pleasure out of making an attempt to determine what is exclusive in regards to the medium and how you can finest inform a narrative in numerous medium. It was actually thrilling to have the ability to work out, “what about animation is particular? How is that totally different than the reside motion than a reside on stage?” And so it was enjoyable to form of push that. And we watched numerous previous Disney animated numbers to see like, “Oh, there’s a facet of it the place it does not must be literal,” as a result of in animation, actually there are not any bounds. So it was enjoyable to conceptualize that.

How did you determine which popular culture ideas you’d flip into musicals?

Brian: As soon as we got here up with our first 4 ideas, we purposefully needed to diversify each the animation type and what sort of musical quantity you are seeing and the totally different topic issues lent themselves higher to sure form of archetypal musical varieties. As an example, the unhappy Keanu meme music is an “I would like” music, whereas the Disney oligopoly Disney+ music is extra like a villain quantity. So we started by analyzing what a Keanu Reeves musical can be, the place this quantity would match, into the bigger present after which form of went from there.

Corey: I believe the variability was the large factor deciding on all these totally different ideas. I believe the place Rubbish Musicals differ from numerous different music/music tasks on YouTube, is we had been making an attempt to conceptualize these songs in a approach the place they’re plucked out of a bigger narrative as if there was a complete musical round them

Brian: And having executed numerous parody musical theater through the years, a lesson we have realized is that it is vital to method this stuff from a really particular standpoint, after which apart from the comedy, it offers an emotional connection to the character, which we favored including that further dynamic, though it is only a parody music in a approach.

Joey: What was so good about this, too, is that we now have such a plethora of composers and buddies who’re musically oriented, which can be in a position to show strengths each in the way in which they write music and the issues they’re eager about. So, it is in a position to faucet into, not solely totally different musical kinds, but in addition totally different individuals’s private, strengths and data in regards to the topic, which is thrilling too.

Are you hoping to place out extra sooner or later? And in that case, what would you wish to see from future Rubbish Musicals?

Corey: We’re positively trying into beginning the method of what future episodes may appear to be. Taking part in with some concepts, fore instance, with the state of the world, with everybody in quarantine, what does that appear to be? As a result of clearly there’s no musical theater about that have trigger we’re all residing in it proper now. So, what about that have can be enjoyable to musicalize. It is also nice as a result of these matters are a extremely nice hook for individuals who may not in any other case be on the lookout for like musical theater movies on YouTube.

Brian: As three individuals who had been bred on musical theater and find it irresistible and perceive the subtleties of it, to carry songs to this viewers who’s not acquainted with musical theater and and present them it isn’t all like The Music Man, it isn’t all like these traditional musicals, the style has a lot variation in it. And particularly now in 2020 the place we have seen pop musicals and rock and roll musicals, it is, it is tremendous thrilling for us to attempt to get recent eyes on the style and make some new followers of musical theater.


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The Tin Can Brothers, Corey Lubowich, Joey Richter, and Brian Rosenthal, have greater than 100 YouTube movies, 4 reside stage reveals, and greater than $200,000 price of Kickstarter tasks beneath their belts. The three are additionally members of the viral sensation Staff StarKid (over 235 million views on YouTube) and have labored intently on their parody musicals (together with A Very Potter Musical and Holy Musical Batman!) in addition to two nationwide live performance excursions.

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