Join comedian and author Bill Dyszel as he explores the modern day reliance on technology in The Internet Ate My Brain at Metropolis Saturday, March 31, 2018.
An innovative multimedia event featuring zany topical songs and audience activities, The Internet Ate My Brain lampoons how crazy we’ve all become about gadgets and gizmos. Starring and written by Bill Dyszel, the author of “Microsoft Outlook for Dummies” and more than 20 books in the popular For Dummies book series, this one-man “Forbidden Broadway of the Internet,” skewers topics as varied as our obsession with online shopping, addiction to selfies, online romance, and more. Combining live music, multimedia, and audience activities, The Internet Ate My Brain gives audiences an experience that nothing on the Internet can match.
The Internet Ate My Brain will be at Metropolis Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 7:30 P.M. Tickets are $30, Stage Tables are $35. All tickets can be purchased at MetropolisArts.com
The Internet Ate My Brain is part of the Comedy Series at Metropolis, an exciting series that brings hilarious performances to the Chicagoland area. Other upcoming shows at Metropolis include Late Nite Catechism (March 31), TV & Me (April 14), and Lipstick Mom (April 20).
Metropolis thanks its generous media partner Tribune Media Group. Metropolis is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.
Metropolis is located in the heart of Chicago’s northwest suburbs in downtown Arlington Heights at the intersection of Campbell and Vail Avenue (111 West Campbell Street). Street parking is available. Free parking is available in the public garage behind the theatre. For more information about Metropolis and a list of upcoming events visit MetropolisArts.com
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