Acclaimed new musical Public Domain announces a West End transfer to the Vaudeville Theatre, playing five performances only. The show will run from 27 to 30 May.
Written by Francesca Forristal and Jordan Paul Clarke, with direction by Adam Lenson, Public Domain is a dark, funny, verbatim musical about the internet; both those who own it and those who live in it… And you.
After a digital debut at Southwark Playhouse, this is a thrilling new musical composed word-for-word from YouTube vloggers, influencers and tech giants, about everyday internet users. It follows Millie (sporty, health guru, millennial) and Z (existential dread, swag, generation Z) and features exclusive “footage” of inside Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s home.
Public Domain features book, lyrics and performance by Forristal, with music, lyrics, orchestration and performance by Clarke. Directed by Lenson, the show has set and costume design by Libby Todd, lighting design by Matt Daw, video design and associate direction by Matt Powell and movement direction by George Lyons, with music production, supervision and additional orchestrations by Joe and Nikki Davison for Auburn Jam Music.
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