The New York Times called Virtual Reality, “A deeply funny, finely graded psychological portrait that becomes a tribute to the conjuring powers of theater…. Imagine the testly, silly one upmanship of Abbott and Costello crossed with the menacing ambiguity of Harold Pinter….”
We spent hours trying to come up with something better than that, and we just couldn’t. Bottom line: Strong script, excellent actors, and a director who knows his shit.
Get your ass down here and see this. No, you won’t be wearing fancy goggles to watch this. This is a no-budget midnight show.
Developed at Glenn Morshower’s Extra Mile Workshop.