Located at 55 Davis Square in Somerville, Massachusetts, The Somerville Theatre has been entertaining audiences since 1914. The venue is not only renowned for its beautiful, distinct surroundings and fascinating film lineup each week, but for its extraordinary performances and events. This historic theatre has hosted many brilliant acts and celebrities such as Bruce Springsteen, U2, and Kevin Spacey. Easily accessible by train, the Somerville Theatre is also home of the Independent Film Festival each spring. Visit www.somervilletheatreonline.com to learn more about this venue.
On Saturday, March 2, The Somerville Theatre is hosting a film that answers a fascinating question few have considered. Celebrating its 5th anniversary, a local, independent film group called Paracelsus Films will present several showings of the sketch comedy, ‘How to Win the Internet and other Questionable Endeavors.’
From the producers who wrote the award-winning comedy ‘Death on Toast’ and ‘A Spritz in Time,’ ‘How to Win the Internet and other Questionable Endeavors’ follows four friends who embark on an adventure to make a zombie movie. What results is hilarious and entirely unexpected! This film is recommended to children ages 15 and over. Click here to learn more about this film, and other projects by Paracelsus Films.
Show times are available for the sketch comedy, ‘How to Win the Internet and other Questionable Endeavors’ on Saturday, March 2 at 2, 4, 7, and 9 p.m. Discount tickets are available to students with student ID. For tickets, click here and they are also available at the Somerville Theatre on the day of the performance.