A lonely comedian prepares for a virtual stand up act. Milos Mitrovic directs “wasting time at the end of the world,” co-written by and starring Alex Ateah, a sadly funny glimpse into our new Covid reality and digital connections that fail to replicate the real deal. Just ordering a pizza becomes an ordeal — can they just leave it at the door? (contactless delivery!), how long do I wash my hands after touching the box? Tiny nothing exchanges of yesteryear become tense showdowns with nervy buildups followed by momentary blips of relief. After the pizza, and psyching herself up in front of the mirror, she heads to the stage, i.e. her living room in front of her laptop, where she attempts to make a crowd of tiny pixelated faces (that she can’t hear) laugh. It’s a near impossible task trying to be funny with no audience feedback, and Mitrovic really nails the feeling of the moment, holed up, distant, frustrating, hard to find the laughs.