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Virtual Reality archiveA man leaves his wife to move in with his lover - a bright young actress on the brink of stardom. But this is an Alan Ayckbourn play, and the man gets more than he bargained for. His new life proves very confusing indeed - and it seems he's not the only one questioning his performance in this new role.
Performers Daisy Beaumont, Susie Blake, Richard Derringtn, Andrew Havill, Celia Nelson, Mike Raffone, Dale Rapley.
Author Alan Ayckbourn. Company Stephen Joseph Theatre. Director Alan Ayckbourn. Design Roger Glossop. Costume Christine Wall. Lighting Mick Hughes. Design Pip Keckenby (assistant).

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (Play) production archive for QTIX code T358938429. Details of all Virtual Reality archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S497287702

Archive Listings

27 Apr 00
to
5 Aug 00
Stephen Joseph Theatre
Scarborough
North Yorkshire
4 Apr 00
to
8 Apr 00
Harrogate Theatre
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
21 Mar 00
to
25 Mar 00
Connaught Theatre
Worthing
West Sussex
14 Mar 00
to
18 Mar 00
Everyman Theatre
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
7 Mar 00
to
11 Mar 00
Lawrence Batley Theatre
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire
22 Feb 00
to
26 Feb 00
Warwick Arts Centre
Coventry
West Midlands
15 Feb 00
to
19 Feb 00
The Playhouse
Oxford
Oxfordshire
3 Feb 00
to
12 Feb 00
Stephen Joseph Theatre
Scarborough
North Yorkshire

UKTW News/Reviews

News:
11Jan01:

User Reviews

The Times (11Jan01): Virtual Reality deals seriously not only with the male menopause and the feelings of emptiness accompanying it but with personal relationships and people s habits of dependency. Ayckbourn s own production is notably well acted and whizzes enjoyably between locations. The paradoxical problem with Virtual Reality, I fear, is that it isn t quite real enough.

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