‘Public Domain’ transfers for live West End premiere at Vaudeville Theatre
The musical received its online debut at Southwark Playhouse.
After a digital premiere, the internet-inspired Public Domain will finally be performed to an in-person audience next month. Five performances of Public Domain will take place at the Vaudeville Theatre from 27 - 30 May.
Made by snippets of conversations between 39 vloggers, influencers and tech giants, Public Domain explores the impact of the internet on everyday users. Millie and Z are two influencers who want to be authentic, but can that happen online?
Public Domain is written by, features music and lyrics and stars Francesca Forristal and Jordan Paul Clarke. Adam Lenson directs, with scenic and costume design by Libby Todd and lighting design by Matt Daw.
The Vaudeville Theatre will reopen next month with a series of concerts from West End stars, as well as RuPaul's Drag Race queens performing their latest music. Later this year, Magic Goes Wrong will resume performances, after the show was forced to close due to the pandemic.
Public Domain tickets are on sale now.
Photo credit: Francesca Forristal and Jordan Paul Clarke (Photo by Michael Wharley)
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