Twilight: The Musical is an unofficial parody of the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer, produced by Gliff Productions. It features original songs and score. The first episode premiered on YouTube on March 13, 2009.[1]


In Phoenix, Arizona, Bella Swan says goodbye to her mother, Renée, and her mother's fiancé, Phil Dwyer. Bella then flies to Forks, Washington, to live with her biological father Charlie Swan, the Forks police chief. On the way home, Charlie pulls over a child molester, Lonnie, but later lets him go. ("Forks, Washington")

The next day is Bella's first day at Forks High School ("I'm New Here") and all of her classmates are eager to meet her. She becomes friends with Jessica Stanley and Angela Weber, and also meets Mike Newton, Eric Yorkie, and Tyler Crowley, who all share romantic interests in her.

Meanwhile Edward Cullen, a vampire, struggles to resist his urge to kill Bella. Unfortunately, Bella and Edward share Biology class, and their teacher Mr. Banner seats them next to each other. Before Edward has a chance to kill her, Mr. Banner reminds the class that murdering students is against district policy. Bella develops a crush on Edward, but is led to believe by Jessica that he hates her, and she runs home crying.

The next day, Jessica explains the Cullen family to Bella in the cafeteria. ("The Cullens") Edward attempts to become acquainted with Bella in Biology, and begins to fall in love with her. While Bella walks to school the next morning, she is nearly run over by Tyler's van in the school parking lot. Seemingly defying the laws of physics, Edward saves her life when he instantaneously appears next to her and stops the van with a stop sign.


Twilight: The Musical features 12 musical numbers, all originally written and composed by Gliff Productions.[2]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Forks, Washington" – 2:43
  2. "I'm New Here" – 1:42
  3. "The Cullens" – 1:48
  4. "The Cold Ones"
  5. (to be announced)
  6. (to be announced)
  7. (to be announced)
  8. (to be announced)
  9. (to be announced)
  10. (to be announced)
  11. (to be announced)
  12. (to be announced)

The names of the songs are released alongside the episode containing them, and it is expected that there will be one song per episode.


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