Corn Productions “HISTORY OF THE INTERNET” Runs March 29-April 28

Corn Productions announces the world premiere of “History of the Internet” running Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m. March 29 through April 28 at Cornservatory located at 4210 N Lincoln Ave.

Yelling at your mom to get off the phone so you can chat up cuties on AIM, learning basic
coding in order to customize your MySpace account, seeing old friends slowly getting suckered into online pyramid schemes – these are all things Agnes has never experienced. She’s not allowed to use the Internet. But with the help of her older brother’s cool local community theater friends, Agnes is ready to confidently deliver the history of the World Wide Web.

Corn Productions presents “History of the Internet” ​— a brand new comedy by Michelle
Leatherby. Precocious middle school historian, Agnes St. Clair (Liza Torrence), and a comedic ensemble (Brianna Facione, Zachary Flax, Heather Meyer, Haley Mozer, Erich Peltz, Rebecca Shrom, and Timothy Swaim) will take you all the way from supercomputers through the depths of chatrooms and into the present, leaving you wondering “Are my Neopets still alive?”

Gather your top 8 and set your AIM away message so you can join Corn Productions for this nostalgic, sweet, and a somewhat dark new comedy. Tickets to “History of of the Internet”​ are a suggested donation of $15 and can be purchased online at
www.cornservatory.org/history-of-the-internet or reservations can be made at
[email protected].