The idea for Wired Funny evolved from worry about what the world has been experiencing, and a desire to build levity and connection among young people. Aspects of this program had been conducted in the past, but never altogether as a whole introduction into the world of comedy, buffoon, and clown, through a screen-based forum. The participants themselves were inspiring, kind, encouraging and demonstrated remarkable concentration and patience with each other. Each day brought increased ease and comfort and, as a result, we developed a wonderful creative connection between us. There was an ongoing dialogue established with the parents, through a series of short informative emails, that kept them in-the-know, while the participants were encouraged to find their own way through the camp. Our final presentation on zoom was made up of a comic theatre one-act, a clown dance-piece, and stand-up comedy attended by a large audience of parents and relatives all hungry for buoyancy and mirth during these strange days. The combination of visual arts, theatre technique, music, dance, and clown provided each child with a spectrum of expressive avenues to explore. In the end, Wired Funny provided invaluable information as to what is possible while in the midst of a global catastrophe, and proof that connection and comedy is crucial to keeping our human spirit alive!