What would happen if you found a bunch of slides from a 1977 McDonald's corporate-marketing meeting and, in a flash of inspiration, turned them into a goofy song? What if you performed the song on a 1981 Casio keyboard, with your nine-year-old daughter on drums and your spouse showing the slides with a projector in time to the music? What if you wore matching costumes? Then, of course, you'd be in the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players. Dad Jason, mom Tina and daughter Rachel buy slides from estate sales and write rock-song narratives to go with them. "Mountain Trip to Japan, 1959," "Eggs" and that previously mentioned obscurity from McDonald's HQ, "OPNAD Contribution Study Committee Report, June 1977," take on new life when the family Trachtenburg celebrates their banality (in fact, the McDonald's ditty, Jason says, is now technically a "six-song rock opera"). Don't forget their hit travelogue "Fondue Friends in... More >>>