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Auburn's BRAVO! series to present 'Wikiphobia' at APAC

In 'Wikiphobia', these days, 'google' is no longer just a number; 'friend' is no longer just a noun; and virtual, user-generated information appears in blogs as good as actual facts.
— image credit: Courtesy/Ryan Meehan

The Auburn BRAVO! Performing Arts Series presents Chicago City Limits "Wikiphobia" at the Performing Arts Center for a 7:30 p.m. performance Saturday.

New York City's legendary improv comedy group has thrilled audiences of all ages for nearly 30 years with its unique style of comedy. Combining sketch comedy, musical theater and audience-inspired improvisations, the cast of Chicago City Limits creates a truly hilarious, live performance experience.

In "Wikiphobia", Chicago City Limits surfs the Web at high speed, taking issue with the issues and finding comedic links between the biggest stories in today’s headlines. Whether it's global warming or global blogging, networking or Netflix, international affairs or interpersonal ones, Chicago City Limits opens a window onto the wacky world-wide-web experience.

Single tickets are $18 and $16. Purchase online through or call Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation at 253-931-3043, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

BRAVO! is presented by the City of Auburn Arts Commission and Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation. For a season brochure or for additional information on other cultural arts programs, go to

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