Laugh your internet cravings
away

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Why do you need to see this show?

The concept

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 This is the program that starts by asking, “Please leave your cell phones on.” Audience members get to participate in the show via text message and play games to win prizes. 

The artist

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 Bill Dyszel sang with the New York City Opera for 14 years, wrote for top technology magazines including PC Magazine and Computer Shopper, and made more than 60 short films seen in festivals across the US. 

The show

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 A live evening of music and comedy, this show exposes how we’ve all gone crazy through technology, combining songs, multimedia, and audience activities to deliver an experience that nothing on the Internet can match. 

What do the critics say?

Cabaret Scenes

 ““The Internet Ate My Brain’ is that rare ‘message’ show that manages to provoke thought without preaching or rehashing platitudes . . . smart and timely . . . sweet,funny, and apt.”
– Victoria Ordin

Theater Pizzazz

 “The blazing inventiveness, razor-sharp comedy, and musical wit of ‘The Internet Ate My Brain’ is unmatched by anything currently on the cabaret stage.”
– Veronica Harper

Chicago Tribune

 “Everyone can relate to ‘The Internet Ate My Brain!'” 

Bistro Awards

 “Sprightly and fun…in the tradition of such mid-Twentieth-century performers as Allan Sherman and Tom Lehrer.”
– Mark Dundas Wood 

Where can you watch a video?

Here's a brief segment from The Internet Ate My Brain

Is there a blog?

Funny you should ask! Of course there's a blog.

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