New musical Public Domain announces release of EP ahead of West End run

New musical Public Domain has announced the release of an EP featuring songs from the show.

The piece, written and performed by Francesca Forristal & Jordan Paul Clarke, will run in the West End this month following an online premiere.

The EP will be available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music and more from Friday, 21 May.

You can pre-save the EP on your favourite music service online here.

Public Domain will run for in-person performances between 27 and 30 May at London’s Vaudeville Theatre.

A teaser shares: “Public Domain is a dark, funny, verbatim musical about the internet: Those who own it; those who live in it; and YOU!

“Following an acclaimed digital debut at Southwark Playhouse, this thrilling, new musical, composed entirely from the real-life words of YouTube vloggers, Instagram influencers, Facebook’s tech giants, and everyday internet users now has its live world premiere in the West End.

“Written and performed by the hugely talented Francesca Forristal (Oddball) and Jordan Paul Clarke (Showstoppers), this blackly comic musical follows two teenage influencers; Millie (sporty spice, health guru, buddha bowls – millennial) and Z (GCSEs existential dread, swag – generation Z), as well as featuring exclusive ‘footage’ of inside Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan’s family home.

“You’re gonna get their honest, true selves… with some serious bass, obvs. Authentic, right?”

The production is directed by Adam Lenson with technical producer Christian Czornyj, set and costume design by Libby Todd, lighting design by Matt Daw and Sam Waddington, video design/associate director Matt Powell, movement director George Lyons, music production/supervision/additional orchestrations by Joe & Nikki Davison for Auburn Jam Music.

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About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.