The Kennedy Center

Mark Vigeant


Mark Vigeant is a comedian, writer, director, and performer in New York City. Currently he is a writer for Live From Here on Minnesota Public Radio. His work has been featured on The A.V. Club, Fusion, Nerdist, The Huffington Post, and Funny Or Die and he is a former staff writer and performer at Seriously.TV.

You can watch him live at his monthly show Internet Explorers at Caveat in the Lower East Side where he invites comedians for a night of STEM-based comedy. You can also see him at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in his solo show, Let’ s Make a Website , where he develops and launches a brand new website based on your suggestions, or in OSFUG: The Fast F***** ’ Sketch Show, which The New York Times lauds as a “...fantastically popular, frantically paced show.” Mark has also been featured on Maude Night, Dorothy Goes to Hollywood, Ocean’s Lake, and License to Chill and his musical sketch group, The Trumpet Boys, enjoyed an eight- month run at the theater.

Mark is the co-author of the comedy book of dad poems, Leaves of Grass I Trimmed With My Mower and he is an active member of the Story Pirates, a non-profit theatre group that turns kids' original stories into wild sketch comedy musicals. He has also performed across North America at festivals including the San Francisco Sketch Fest, the Toronto Sketch Fest, Austin Sketch Fest, and Boston Sketch Fest.

Still want to learn more? Check out The Mark Vigeant Web Ring (, a growing collection of personal website parodies that each appeal to a different type of Internet user. Talk to him about trumpet, juggling, pinball, and being an Eagle Scout.

Watch Past Performances

Video 4/19/2018: Comedy at the Kennedy Center: Let’s Make A Website

Join rock-star computer programmer Mark Vigeant as he takes audience suggestions and builds and launches a completely new original website onstage—that is, if he can overcome his ego. Check out previous websites built at (With special help from Kevin J. Dolan.)
This program contains mature themes and strong language.

Free general admission tickets will be distributed in the Hall of States starting at approximately 5 p.m., up to two tickets per person.

Mark Vigeant