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Corey Lubowich (born October 25) is an American director, designer, writer and producer based in Los Angeles. He is best known for his work with the American musical theatre company Team Starkid as well as his work as one of the three Tin Can Brothers.

Work[]

Outside of StarKid and TCB, Corey acted as director for Reefer Madness at the Athenaeum Theatre Studio in Chicago in the summer of 2010. Corey also worked as scenic designer and co-executive-producer for The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at Stage 773 in Chicago in 2013. As well as this, he worked as producer, properties designer and scenic designer for The Moms: Fannypackin' Heat at the Chicago Dramatists Theatre in Chicago in December 2013. Corey worked as an associate producer at Elsie Fest in 2018.

StarKid[]

Corey first worked with Starkid as the scenic designer for Starship in 2011 and has since gone on to design the sets for five other shows: Holy Musical B@man!, A Very Potter Senior Year, which he also stage managed, Firebringer, The Guy Who Didn't Like Musicals and Black Friday.

He also acted as a director for both the online and in-person productions of VHS Christmas Carol as well as the Starkid sketch show Airport for Birds

Tin Can Brothers[]

Alongside fellow StarKid members Joey Richter and Brian Rosenthal, Corey created the multimedia production company Tin Can Brothers. Their works span many mediums including theatre, films, web series' and more.

The Tin Can Brothers works include four live stage shows: Spies Are Forever, The Solve It Squad! Returns, We Didn't Plan To Kill Our Guest and This Could Be On Broadway! and three web series: Wayward Guide For The Untrained Eye, Choose Our Destiny and The Solve It Squad! Back in Biz. They have also created two short films: Idle Worship and Flop Stoppers as well as numerous other projects including the Brooklyn Nine-Nine experience at San Diego Comic-Con 2019.

Personal Life[]

Corey currently resides in Los Angeles and his home is often used as the main location for both Tin Can Brothers and Starkid livestreams.

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