Elon Musk is the wealthiest troll on Twitter; Elizabeth Holmes is potentially going to jail for emulating Steve Jobs; Mark Zuckerberg is potentially an alien-- Tech CEOs are some of the most eccentric, infuriating, idolized human beings on the planet…but why? Join comedians Mark Vigeant & Sam Reece plus a slew of amazing guest comics and experts as they try to get inside the minds of the most powerful people alive.
Mark Vigeant and Sam Reece are comedians who use comedy to explore and demystify technology at their show Internet Explorers where they take audiences deep into a corner of the World Wide Web with guest comics and experts. On this month’s show they dive into the eccentric, infuriating, and bizarre world of TECH CEOS! How did they get so powerful? Why do they all own so many fleece vests and black turtlenecks? And why the hell does society keep idolizing them!? There’s only ONE way to find out! Join us for a night of laughter, revelry, and utopian future technobabble!
Mark & Sam are joined each month by some of New York’s most brilliant comedians (Comedy Central, SNL, UCB) and technology experts (New York Times, Buzzfeed, The Atlantic).
Mark Vigeant - Mark Vigeant is a comedian who uses comedy to explore and demystify technology. His one-man show Let’s Make a Website enjoyed a sold-out run at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre before touring the country from the New York Comedy Festival to Comedy Central’s Clusterfest to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and his sketch group OSFUG: The Fast Fuckin’ Sketch Show enjoyed a 5-year run at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre and has performed at every damned sketch comedy festival on the continent. He was a writer for Minnesota Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion and Live From Here. He lives in Los Angeles with his amazing partner Grace and boss/cat Butterpie.
Sam Reece - Sam Reece is a comedian, writer, and creator of the viral TikTok account Shitty Craft Club. As a comedian, she’s been featured in many national commercials, Forbes Under 30, and on Comedy Central’s The Other Two. Sam was the writer/showrunner/director of BuzzFeed’s Snapchat show BTW and has gone viral on Twitter several times (it sucks ass!!!) Sam’s writing duo Girls with Brown Hair wrote and starred in several gorgeous sketch shows with sold out runs at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC and headlined at comedy festivals all over the country. Together they’ve written for Comedy Central, HBO Max, Audible, and for comedians like Amy Schumer and Ilana Glazer. She lives in Brooklyn on a very loud street.
Darren Solomon - Darren Solomon is a Brooklyn-based composer, producer, bassist and keyboard player.
Becky Chicoine - Becky Chicoine is an actor, comedian & writer living in Brooklyn, NY. She's been seen in The Other Two, That Damn Michael Che, Mr. Robot, The Blacklist, as well as the short films Maggie So Low and No Man’s Land. Becky and her writing partner Sam Reece created the digital series Shop Talk on ComedyCentral.com, and they have headlined comedy festivals across the U.S. including Chicago, Austin, Seattle, Philadelphia, and New Orleans. Her dog recently got his DNA test back and he's 29% Redbone Coonhound.
And more guests TBA!
“Wickedly funny web goon Mark Vigeant invites you into a world of gut-busting HTML nonsense.”
—Timeout New York
“The internet can be a scary place, so that’s why this show has comedians to help you navigate the tangled mess that is the World Wide Web.”
—Bedford and Bowery
“[Mark] marries the artistic discipline of comedy and the mega technical skill of programming with major audience-pleasing results.”
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