YouTube comedy group the Tin Can Brothers present this dark twisted send-up of classic children detective stories like Scooby Doo, the Hardy Boys, and Nancy Drew. More…
The one-act play follows the adventures of a group of former kid detectives who, after 20 years of growing up and apart, must return to the scene of their greatest unsolved case: the murder of their trusty dog Cluebert.
"A parody of 'Scooby Doo'...For people unfamiliar with the acting style of Team StarKid, and now Tin Can Bros., it borders on slapstick sarcasm with some witty jokes thrown in for good measure. Needless to say, there were many, many laughs throughout the evening...The humor isn't overbearing, and actually ranged somewhere between practically perfect and bloody brilliant, showing off the creative geniuses assembled in this cast." Full Review
for a previous production "The dynamic between the characters is complex and well-drawn, even in an absurd situation, and the way they all turned out as adults is both believable and delightfully dark. It is all perfectly played by the talented and funny cast, and, impressively, all four of them have satisfying arcs despite the brief running time...An impressively hilarious show that manages to evoke nostalgia while still feeling very fresh and exciting." Full Review
See it if you're looking to laugh. If you're a fan of StarKid you'll especially love this show! Such a funny parody on Scooby Doo.
Don't see it if you're looking for a serious show. This is a hilarious twist on classic kid detectives.
See it if you like The Tin-Can Brothers & their parody of Scooby Doo! I can't wait to go back. Funny, smart Joey Richter and Lauren Lopez killed it!
Don't see it if don't like smart, quirky parodies or if you don't like small cozy off Broadway theaters! I suggest the movie of the week or Netflix.
See it if you like parodies and clever jokes that go into pop culture parodies. If you're a Starkid/TinCanBros fan, you'll be pleased.
Don't see it if you don't like pop culture parody or silly shows that just exist to poke fun at movies and shows
See it if You are a fan of parodies of Scooby Doo or if you like Tin Can brothers. Appears to be a cult following based on fan reaction. Campy and fun
Don't see it if You don’t like small theater
See it if you like Scooby Doo and pop-culture references, you want an entertaining and funny (yet substance-free) show
Don't see it if you want an elaborate set, you don't like improv (while it's not improv, it does has that feel to it)
See it if you like clever dialog, funny characters, zany situations, and evocative audio. A zoo filled with visual parody and riotous goings-on.FUN!
Don't see it if you expect a serious pursuit of clues with Sherlockian deductions by expert sleuths in capes. Instead, crazy characters do solve the case.
See it if You remember Scooby Doo fondly, you love parodies, you're a fan of Tin Can Brothers and/or StarKid.
Don't see it if You're looking for a full set, a huge cast, and flashy dance numbers. This is just fond silliness.
See it if Are a big fan of Scooby-doo. Funny spoof!! Looks like there is a teen to early 20's following. Reminds me of the Puffs The Play.
Don't see it if If you are not a parody fan or young crowd. Or is if you are a fuddy duddy!
See it if you enjoy fast-talking parodies filled with somewhat raunchy humor; you like the actors and their previous work
Don't see it if you are expecting a complex mystery to solve along with the actors; you don't enjoy farcical humor and parody
See it if If you enjoy deconstructions of your childhood. The play's funny, and takes the characters to interesting futures.
Don't see it if There's a lot of interesting ideas here which I wish had a bit more of a serious look. The play's vulgar, so don't think this is for kids
See it if you like scooby doo and want to see a decent parody. Unique in how they handle adult scooby characters
Don't see it if you don't like scooby doo or have never seen it. Completely relies on Scooby lore to understand
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