Overlay

ensemble theatre · skypilot theatre company · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS · June 16, 2016
Something that should be seen. Good original theater.... full review

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TIM DAVID · June 16, 2016
Good and original. Just like it should be. ... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 23, 2016
The Story was entertaining and deep. The actors performed their roles with amazing emotion. Overall Overlay gets 5 stars.... full review

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RACHEL FLANAGAN discover hollywood magazine · June 23, 2016
Violence in often overlooked these days thanks to the abundance of violence in video games and movies and television. Real violence is recapped every day, multiple times a day, on the news and newspapers and shared through social media sites. People have become so immune to the real violence and war that happens every day unless they see it up close and personal. Overlay takes an unnerving and yet brilliant look at war in a story of a dystopian future who uses virtual reality video games using an “overlay machine” to escape the reality of everyday violence. The story is told through various characters like the “handler” who uses a certain set of skills to calm people down and convince them that everything is okay and her husband who works... full review

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