Internet Explorers at Caveat Is Your New Favorite Tech-Inspired Comedy Show
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To kick the night off, embrace the New York City standard that is “eating pizza.” Just keep in mind that the pies at Speedy Romeo aren’t your run-of-the-mill breed. These colorful options include Katz's pastrami with smoked red kraut, summer squash with mint, and hot & sweet soppressata with finocchiona roasted red peppers. The vibe here is relaxed and modern, embracing a kind of New Age pizzeria atmosphere.
Next, head over to Caveat for some sketch and improv comedy. This online-inspired show hosted by Mark Vigeant (FunnyOrDie, Upright Citizens Brigade) uses computer programing as an unorthodox base for comedy (despite the fact that slow internet is no laughing matter). Follow Vigeant and Co. as they perform faux-tech lectures highlighting the highs and lows of technology in a sketch/improv hybrid performance. Tickets are $10, and the show starts at 7 p.m. Internet Explorers takes place monthly—find the right show for you at their calendar here.
63 Clinton Street, Manhattan
Internet Explorers at Caveat
Caveat, 21 A Clinton Street, Manhattan