Public Domain musical to transfer to West End this May

Following its streaming premiere, new musical Public Domain will play the West End this May.

The show will run between 27 and 30 May at the Vaudeville Theatre.

The piece is written and performed by Francesca Forristal & Jordan Paul Clarke who play two teenage influencers Z and Millie.

A teaser shares: “A dark, funny, verbatim musical about the internet: Those who own it; those who live in it; and you. Written and performed by Francesca Forristal & Jordan Paul Clarke, this high-adrenaline, electronic thrill ride, conceived specially for multi-camera streaming, is made entirely from the words of YouTube vloggers, Instagram influencers, Facebook’s tech giants, and everyday internet users. It’s like ‘Black Mirror’ but real, and set to music.”

Public Domain first premiered online, streaming from Southwark Playhouse in January.

The piece also features ‘vloggers’ Allie Costa, Aislin Evans, Andrea Civera, Alex Lyne, Alex Covell, Alexis McGivern, Chloe Green, Callie Egan, Carmen Law, Dawn Parsonage, Donna Coulling, Eleanor Gardiner, Emma Thrower, Emily Ashbrook, Florence Roberts, Flick Isaac-Chilton, Georgia Davis, Heather Kirk, Holly Lucas, Isaac Forristal Marshall, Jenet Le Lacheur, Jean-Paul Mark Shlom, Jonas Gawe, Jonathan Reid, Joshua Newman, Julia Fu, Kaidyn Hinds, Kara McLean, Kate Cooper, Kelly Damann, Leanne Sedin, Lexi Clare, Lucy Jane Dickson, Mickey Jo Boucher, Neil Bastian, Nora Perone, Peter Parsonage, Ralph Warman and Tim Gilvin.

The production is directed by Adam Lenson with technical producer Christian Czornyj, set and costume design by Libby Todd, lighting design by Matt Daw, 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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