To the Moon (Under the Radar 2020)
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To the Moon (Under the Radar 2020)

To the Moon (Under the Radar 2020) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(2 Reviews)
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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.

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404 Reviews | 69 Followers
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.

37 Reviews | 1 Follower
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.

Critic Reviews (2)

New York Magazine / Vulture
January 14th, 2020

"What’s Over the Top at the Under the Radar Festival?"
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New York Theater
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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