YouTube Comedy Group Tin Can Brothers Crowdfund Original Webseries and Podcast

YouTube Comedy Group Tin Can Brothers Crowdfund Original Webseries and Podcast

YouTube comedy group, the Tin Can Brothers, are crowdfunding their newest project, THE WAYWARD GUIDE FOR THE UNTRAINED EYE , a web series with a companion podcast. The show follows Artemis, a tenacious podcast host, and her twin brother/producer, Paul, on assignment in a small southwestern mining town. What starts as a typical "This American Life" style story turns into a full blown investigation as they discover that half of the eccentric characters in the town are actually werewolves.

THE WAYWARD GUIDE FOR THE UNTRAINED EYE is a 10 episode webseries inspired by the podcasts Serial and S-Town, crossed with the game One Night Ultimate Werewolf, peppered with the surreal comedy of Pushing Daisies and Twin Peaks . WAYWARD GUIDE will feature the Tin Can Brothers' signature absurd and larger-than-life comedy that also tugs at your heartstrings.

More information about the campaign can be found on Kickstarter at:

THE WAYWARD GUIDE FOR THE UNTRAINED EYE is written and produced by the Tin Can Brothers ( Joey Richter, Corey Lubowich , and BrIan Rosenthal ). It will be directed by Corey Lubowich ( Flop Stoppers, Spies Are Forever, Second City Chicago's Airport for Birds ) with an original score by Chuck Criss ( Freelance Whales, Computer Games).

In addition to Richter and Rosenthal , the cast will feature Sean Astin ( Lord of the Rings, The Goonies ), Carlos Valdes (CW's The Flash ), Darren Criss ( Glee, American Crime Story: Versace ), AJ Holmes ( Book of Mormon ), Ryan Simpkins ( The House, Brigsby Bear ), Steve Zaragoza (YouTube's SourceFed ), Jon Cozart (YouTube's PAINT), Mary Kate Wiles (Emmy Award Winning The Lizzie Bennet Diaries ), Ashley Clements ( The Lizzie Bennet Diaries ), Dylan Saunders ( A Very Potter Musical, TURN ), Titus Makin ( Gle e, The Path ), Clayton Snyder ( Lizzie McGuire ), Joanna Sotomura ( Video Game Highschool, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare ), Gabe Greenspan (Freeform's Dinner with Dad ), Lauren Lopez (StarKid's A Very Potter Musical , Trail to Oregon ), Corey Dorris (Starkid's Trail to Oregon , Me and My Dick ) Sean Persaud ( I Ship It ), Sinead Persaud ( Edgar Allen Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party ), Nick Lang (Starkid's A Very Potter Musical , Empire ), Tara Perry (Disney's The Fresh BeatBand), Gavyn Pickens ( Rent, Little Shop of Horrors Off-Broadway), Ashleigh Hairston ( Comedy Bang! Bang!, Chelsea ), Brendan Bradley ( Frankenstein MD, Non-Transferable) , Whitney Avalon (YouTube's Princess Rap Battles, The Big Bang Theory ), Curt Mega ( Glee, Crazy Ex Girlfriend) , & Cassie Silva ( Matilda on Broadway, Hairspray ).

Tin Can Brothers is made up of Los Angeles based entertainers Corey Lubowich, Joey Richter, and BrIan Rosenthal. With talents ranging from writing and acting, to directing and design, the Tin Can Brothers YouTube channel ( ) showcases a unique collaboration from these University of Michigan graduates. The three are also members of the viral sensation Team StarKid (over 211 million views on YouTube) and have worked closely on their parody musicals (including A Very Potter Musical and Holy Musical Batman! ) as well as two national concert tours. In addition to over 130 videos, they have written and produced two live sketch shows and two feature length stage shows, Spies Are Forever and The Solve It Squad Returns . Their musical short film, Flop Stoppers , was an official selection of both Newport Beach Film Festival and Buffer Festival in Toronto. The Tin Can Brothers also created Choose Our Destiny: Improv Adventure , a livestreaming improv show for Legendary Digital that ran for two seasons.

Corey Lubowich is an LA-based writer, director, and designer. Past projects include: the musical short film Flop Stoppers (Tin Can Brothers, Newport Beach Film Festival), the short film Idle Worship (Tin Can Brothers, Buffer Festival), the webseries World's Worst Musical (Verse Factory), and stage shows The Solve It Squad Returns (Tn Can Brothers), Spies Are Forever (Tin Can Brothers), Airport For Birds (Second City), Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog (Basement Arts), Reefer Madness (Athenaeum Theatre), and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Stage 773). Corey also co-created the tabletop game Detective Bullshit (Tasty Penguin Games).

Joey Richter is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan BFA Acting program where he also Minored in Global Media Studies. Film/TV credits include: Nickelodeon's Genie in a Bikini and Henry Danger (The Time Jerker), Disney Channel's Jessie (Officer Petey), several seconds of Fox's Glee as Apple #8, The Legend of Korra , Mad , Monsters vs. Aliens , Manly , as well as Triggerfish's film Khumba . Online credits include: School of Thrones, Muzzled, I Ship It (Sundance Film Festival), Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party (Ernest Hemingway), and the upcoming Case of the Gilded Lily as Dash Gunfire. Joey is an original member of the online sensation, StarKid Productions and can be seen in countless productions, including the A Very Potter Musical Trilogy, the S.P.A.C.E and Apocalyptour national concert tours, Starship , Firebringer and The Trail to Oregon! (Cherry Lane Theatre, NYC). Stage: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Stage 773, Chicago). Cofounder of the Los Angeles based comedy group, The Tin Can Brothers and most recently co-wrote, co-produced, and acted in their original musical, Spies Are Forever , their short film, Flop Stoppers (Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2016 & Newport Beach Film Festival 2017), & the Choose Our Destiny: Improv Adventure show on Legendary Digital.

BrIan Rosenthal is a founding member of StarKid Productions ( Very Potter Musical Trilogy , Apocalyptour ) and Tin Can Brothers. Recent Digital Credits: Legendary Digital's Choose Our Destiny: Improv Adventure, Flop Stoppers (Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2016 & Newport Beach Film Festival 2017) , The Solve It Squad Returns . Recent Writing Credits: Flop Stoppers , Spies Are Forever , Idle Worship ( Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2017). He has appeared nationally in commercials and holds a BFA in acting from the University of Michigan. Brian can be seen performing improv and clown regularly in LA.

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