What's New?

Our new show is coming to DVD/Digital Download & Youtube!!

After a successful Kickstarter campaign and Los Angeles run, we're excited to be premiering the video of our eleventh original musical, "The Guy Who Didn't Like Musicals!" 

Everything in Hatchetfield seemed normal until people began singing... Then, they began dancing... And now, a musical pandemic is sweeping the entire city. It’s up to Paul (an average guy who doesn’t like musicals) and his friends to stop this musical apocalypse and fight for humanity’s future.

DVD/Digital Download release: December 14, 2018

YouTube Premiere: December 24, 2018


We're coming to the UK!

Once again, we'll be joining Sean Harry and the folks at Starfury Conventions for A VERY POTTER WEEKEND! These weekends are always such a blast for us.  It's likely to be the only time we're likely to be overseas this year, so please come visit! Click here or the image to the left for more info! See you in July!

We have a new web series!!!

We're so pleased to finally share that we've been creating a web series with Broadway legend, Halpert Evans!  Working with Halpert was an absolute dream, and we think you'll agree that he was a HUGE influence on all things StarKid.  Join Halpert as he performs some of the most iconic songs from his long and illustrious career. Check out the trailer below!

Available now on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon!

Available now on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon!

I’ve been waiting so long! This whole production was amazing. Love the product and the people behind. This is excellently mixed and so damn catchy. I already know I’m gonna be listening to this almost nonstop.
— Lauren Moore, Google Play review


This music is very different from some of the other albums Team Starkid has produced, but it’s just as amazing as all the others! It’s making my ears and heart very happy. The percussion in this music is absolutely amazing. Thank you!!!
— Madyrocker, iTunes review

Our Shows

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About StarKid Productions

Musical Comedies for the Internet

"Brilliant.” – Entertainment Weekly
"Taking the theater world by storm one cheeky musical at a time." – The Michigan Daily
“Very funny.” – Chicago Tribune

Formed at the University of Michigan in 2009, StarKid represents a coalition of writers, directors, actors and designers dedicated to creating accessible, quality theater for the modern era. StarKid is pioneering the use of the internet as a new and innovative way to produce theater, making it accessible to millions of people around the world. The art of live performance blended with the accessibility and quality of HD filming has created a new world of distribution and opportunity for theatre.

In just over two years, StarKid reached over 90 million views on YouTube and captured the attention of national media such as Entertainment Weekly, “Access Hollywood,” “Entertainment Tonight,” The Hollywood Reporter, The Detroit Free Press, New York Magazine and National Public Radio. StarKid Productions remains committed to pioneering the internet as a new outlet for theater distribution.

StarKid first invaded the internet in July 2009 with A Very Potter Musical—a fan-made parody that premiered on YouTube and immediately went viral. Filmed during a live performance through the University of Michigan, the production was an instant hit with fans of the Harry Potter series (as well as the staff of Entertainment Weekly) and quickly garnered nearly 2 million views. In March 2010, StarKid's second production, the original musical Me and My Dick, blasted its way onto the Billboard charts, landing at #11 for “Original Cast Recording”—a first for a college production. The show not only solidified StarKid as a real player in comedy musicals, but also grabbed national attention from the likes of MTV and blogger Perez Hilton. In May 2010, StarKid returned to Hogwarts with A Very Potter Sequel, receiving over 4,000 ticket requests for 400 available seats. This production—which was named to Entertainment Weekly’s “Must List”—premiered to packed houses with fans from across the world lining up hours before each show.

StarKid’s Chicago premiere production, Starship debuted to seven sold-out screenings in New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago before hitting the internet in April of 2011. In the first weekend of release, the Starship cast album climbed to #4 on the iTunes charts, and went on to reach #1 on the Billboard Charts for Cast Albums.

StarKid embarked on it’s first national tour, The SPACE Tour, in November of 2011 playing 21 shows in 17 cities across the country. StarKid’s second Chicago production in March of 2012, Holy Musical B@man, played to full-houses and debuted on YouTube with over 1.3 Million views to date. StarKid ventured on to a second national tour, APOCALYPTOUR, in May of 2012 which culminated in a sold-out show at the historic Roseland Ballroom in NYC.

To date, the StarKid YouTube channel has garnered over 180 Million views, 395,000 subscribers, 200,000 Facebook fans, and over 134,000 Twitter followers worldwide. How about that!