Virtual Insanity. Mr Clark (Ethan J. Greene).

Virtual Insanity

YouTube sitcom about online learning. 10 episodes (1 series) in 2021. Stars Ethan J. Greene, Sophie Bullock, Brooke Norbury, Talitha Lang and others.

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Virtual Insanity.

Virtual Insanity

Comedy series based around online learning, as a hapless teacher attempts to teach his class

Genre
Sitcom
Published
2021
Platform
YouTube
Episodes
10   (1 series)
Starring
Ethan J. Greene, Sophie Bullock, Brooke Norbury, Talitha Lang, Charlie Gordon, Hannah Chandler, Adele Steward, Tyler de Souza and others
Writer
Ethan J. Greene
Director
Ethan J. Greene
Producer
Ethan J. Greene

Mr Clark and his tutor group are left to navigate their way through a variety of subjects during online learning. Over the course of lockdown 3 the kids discover the good, the bad and the ugly sides of each other, including a delve into the past of Mr Clark.

Frustration, bickering, flirting, annoying siblings and music are the making of online learning comprising of chaos and mayhem.

Background

Virtual Insanity was an idea conceived on the 4th January 2021, and by the 10th the first episode was written and filming was underway. The plan was to keep kids engaged and entertained during a dark period of lockdown, to give them a experience that will help them excel in their future endeavours, and to raise money for NHS Charities and Theatre Support.

With lockdown putting a halt to many productions, writer and Ethan J. Greene thought it would be a good idea to shape a project that can be done virtually and keep young minds active and creative. The kids within the show come from all over the country and have either been cast in an upcoming feature film that Ethan is involved in or are children he has personally taught drama to over the years. Some of the kids within the show have been involved in feature films, short films, music videos and West End stage productions, such as School Of Rock and Matilda.

A group of the kids also got involved in the writing of the episodes. The episodes were written on a Wednesday, ahead of a four hour slot for filming on a Sunday.

Production Details

Production company
Laugh track
None

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Tuesday 12th January 2021 on YouTube
Last new broadcast
Friday 12th March 2021 on YouTube