Authors Christopher Minori and Cory Bytof have made the full production of TCM available onlin e for free! This is the 2012 production that the Cleveland Plain Dealer called “One of the top 10 shows of 2012”! Filmed live at the Blank Canvas Theatre, this video will only be available until Nov 1st, 2022.Read More
Category The Texas Chainsaw Musical!
The long-awaited studio soundtrack to The Texas Chainsaw Musical! stageplay, written by Christopher Minori, music and lyrics by Cory Bytof, is available now! Recorded at Extradimensional Studios by the cast from the Arts After Hours production, the soundtrack includes all 16 songs from the stageplay, plus a bonus holiday track, “A Texas Chainsaw Christmas”, written and performed by composer Cory Bytof.
The soundtrack is available in digital format HERE.
Had a great time at Monsterama 2016 meeting with the one and only Bond Girl/Scream Queen, Caroline Munroe. Ms. Munroe was so nice, and was humbled by the reception from her fans. Best part was when she said I was cute. My Munroe crush went into overdrive! Plus, she loved her copy of the soon-to-be-released Texas Chainsaw Musical soundtrack, so you know, she’s pretty goddamned cool.Read More
Christopher Minori and Cory Bytof will be appearing on Oct 16th and 17th at Arts After Hours’ Texas Chainsaw production. They’ll be having a Q&A session after each show; Their answers are always informative, often hilarious, and typically on the offensive-side. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, now’s the time to do it. And for the first time in the history of the show, Christopher and Cory will be sitting in the splatter section. Come see them get wet and yucky! Grab tickets HERE.Read More
“The Texas Chainsaw Musical!”, written by Christopher Minori and Cory Bytof, will be produced by Arts After Hours, October 9 – 31, 2015.
The show is the story of a handsome serial killer, his overly affectionate momma, the woman he loves, and the pantywaist runt that ruins everything. It is not based on the 1974 horror film, but on the same events that inspired The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Psycho, and Silence of the Lambs: Wisconsin serial killer, Ed Gein. In the musical, Eddy Gee has been tormenting the residents of Plainfield, Texas since he was a child. After killing his mother, Eddy snaps and goes on a rampage, but things get problematic when he falls in love with one of his intended victims. The show was named one of the top 10 shows of 2012 by The Cleveland Plain Dealer...