Bo Burnham’s one-room Netflix special made during the pandemic is headed for theaters this July for one day only.
The comedian’s self-shot Inside, which is filled with catchy dystopian songs that chronicle his loneliness over the course of an isolated year (as well as knocks on internet culture), will hit theaters on July 22 in conjunction with Netflix and Iconic Events.
Following Inside‘s release on May 30, the singer-artist put out an accompanying album, Bo Burnham: Inside (The Songs), featuring popular tunes such as “Welcome to the Internet.”
Burnham shared news of his one-night-only theater offering via Twitter on Saturday, writing “come on out” to his followers.
Inside follows Burnham’s 2016 special Make Happy, a recording of a stand-up tour during which Burnham began to experience panic attacks. Other recent works include Words, Words, Words on Comedy Central and his special What on Netflix.
This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.