We’re incredibly proud to announce the debut of our pilot short for Nickelodeon, “Hall Stars“!!!
This first-of-its-kind kids’ mockumentary (in the style of ‘Parks and Rec’ or ‘The Office’) follows the always-absurd happenings of a ragtag crew of middle school hall monitors!
Watch the pilot episode of Hall Stars here!
We’re very pleased to announce the release of our latest webseries, Table for Two! We’ve decided to go Netflix-style on this one and post up all seven episodes at once on YouTube, so be sure to set aside a solid ten minutes from your lunch break to enjoy it! Let us know what you think and what you’d like to see next!
Yes! We’re back!
After many months of anticipation we’re here and proud to present our newest project: Gifted & Talented: A New Musical Film!
You’re cordially invited to spend your summer at the Center for Talented Children, a camp for (you guessed it!) gifted and talented children. Here, you’ll meet Wyatt, a brilliant 16-year-old composer, as he delves into a summer that promises much more than just your average leadership games and math problems.
Welcome to your best summer yet:
Having a wonderfully slushie-filled summer? Catching some rays at the beach? Well here at The Online Musical the summer heat has gotten the creative juices flowing and we’ve been hard at work on our newest project–the short musical film Gifted & Talented!
Staring TOM favorites Matt Savarese and Rachel Dady, as well as some sprightly new friends and past familiar faces, Gifted & Talented chronicles the adventures of Wyatt, a shy but extremely gifted 13-year old boy, as he navigates the worlds of summer camp and first crushes.
We’re very excited to be reliving arguably the most awkward years of our lives and plan to submit Gifted & Talented to a number of film festivals this upcoming fall.
Keep checking back for more news and the latest updates!
Jamie McCelland, Jeff Luppino-Esposito, and Matt Savarese hard at work on Gifted & Talented
The internet has an apparent love for violence inflicted on adorable stuffed animals because we’ve been getting some crazy press lately! Check it out:
- “Katniss Ever-bean? Sounds about right.” –Vulture
- “…an epic recreation of the pop-culture phenomenon” –The Huffington Post
- “…a clever, well-executed idea…it’s a pretty solid way to make use of all those old Beanie Babies — after all, you know you’ve always wanted to set at least a couple of them on fire.” –Flavorwire
- “Move over, Jennifer Lawrence.” –Mashable
Keep up the beanie-lovin’ and may the odds be ever in your favor!
Hello everyone out there in cyberland! In the event that you’ve been living under a rock, let us inform you that there is a new craze sweeping the world. A hungry, adolescent craze. Yes, that’s right, we’re talking about Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games.
Here at The Online Musical we couldn’t miss a pop culture phenomenon like this, but without young children and advanced weaponry at our disposal, we looked to the next best thing. Remember those lovable, useless bean critters your parents spent an absurd amount of money on when you were a tot? That’s right folks, we’ve recreated the love, loss, glitz, glam, and extreme violence of The Hunger Games…with Beanie Babies.
May the odds be ever in your favor.
Want more Beanie Baby Hunger Games fun? Check out the Tumblr here.
Need more raging and bass in your life? Well fear not, The Online Musical is here to help!
Presenting the third and final part in our epic beyond measure Les Miserabstep week: Ryan Campbell’s dubstep remix of Empty Chairs and Empty Tables!
Hope your ears enjoyed that delicious feast.
Make sure to keep checking back for our newest projects– you never know what craziness we’ll be pulling out next! In the mean time, friend us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest updates!