Need a keynote speaker?

. . .  a humorous speaker?

 . . .  a singing, humorous, keynote speaker?

 

You’re in luck!

America’s top humorous singing technology speaker, Bill Dyszel brings his critically acclaimed presentation, The Internet Ate My Brain, as a keynote speech to conventions, meetings, and events across the US. Named one of the Top Ten shows of 2015 by Theater Pizzazz the show won a coveted nomination for the Broadway World NY Cabaret Award for Best Musical Comedy by the editors of BroadwayWorld.com.

Bill is a popular keynote speaker for prominent national groups including the Million Dollar Roundtable, the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), and the National Speakers Association. He sang with the New York City Opera for 14 years and appears frequently on the New York stage. He has appeared or been quoted at media outlets as varied as The New York Times, the Associated Press, CNNfn, TechTV and many others, and He is also the author of 21 books including Microsoft Outlook for Dummies.

Interactive

Audience members get to participate throughout the presentation.

Fun and games

Plenty of laughs and prizes.

Memorable

There's no other event combining music, media, and interactivity like this.

Thought provoking

Helps attendees value the importance of your live event.

Unifying

Attendees interact with each other, making new friends and memories.

Reinforces your event goals

The message of the show reflects and reinforces the purpose of your event.

Musical comedy keynote for the internet age

An innovative evening of zany topical songs, The Internet Ate My Brain lampoons how crazy we’ve all become about gadgets and gizmos. Combining live music, multimedia, and audience activities, The Internet Ate My Brain gives audiences an experience that nothing on the Internet can match.

For booking information, call 914.495.1323

What clients say

Our audience was delighted at this unique and creative humorous musical keynote. “The Internet Ate My Brain” zeros in perfectly on everything about modern technology that’s scary, funny, and true. We were thoroughly entertained.
Ben Smith, Barrington Men's club
Exactly what our group needed. “Bravo” for this work!
BB Wilson