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To the Moon (Under the Radar 2020)

From 2 member  reviews
Members say: Dizzying, Must see, Absorbing, Vr experience, Delightful

About the show

This 15-minute virtual reality experience uses images and tropes from literature, science, science-fiction space movies, and politics to create an imaginary and dark new version of the Moon. More…

From the show:

TO THE MOON, a virtual reality experience, uses images and tropes from literature, science, science-fiction space movies, and politics to create an imaginary and dark new version of the Moon. During the 15-minute experience, the viewer is shot out from Earth, walks on the surface of the Moon, glides through space debris, flies through DNA skeletons, and is lifted up a lunar mountain.

This production is not recommended for people with serious medical conditions including heart ailments. Pregnant women, the elderly, or anyone who risks serious injury from falling and people with epilepsy, or who are prone to seizures, dizziness, vertigo, fainting or motion sickness are not encouraged to participate in this production. As sensitivities vary from person to person, if you have specific questions regarding content, please call us at 212.967.7555.


Member Reviews (2)

MEMBERS SAY:

Dizzying, Must see, Absorbing, Vr experience, Delightful
95
Avg Score

95
Vr experience, Must see, Intense, Masterful, Dizzying

See it if you want an extraordinary VR experience. There were times I thought I would fall off my seat.

Don't see it if you expect something more theatrical. This is just a great experience. No real message other than the awesomeness of space.

96
Intelligent, Dizzying, Enchanting, Delightful, Absorbing

See it if You want a state of the art VR experience; you want to achieve a state of childlike wonder; you love Laurie Anderson.

Don't see it if You think technology is incompatible with theater; you are really, really, phobic about heights; you are claustrophobic.


January 14th, 2020
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January 14th, 2020
"More of a playful hallucinogenic experience than a linear lunar journey; more Timothy Leary than Neil Armstrong. …some realistic-looking images of the surface of the moon..[but also] cartoon images of dinosaurs and soaring birds made out of what look like delicate snowflakes."
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