It has been confirmed that Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s play will be made available to watch online again in March.
An archived performance of the play’s run at the Vaudeville Theatre is set to be available to watch online once more from the 1st March it has been announced.
Using a pay-what-you-can model audiences will be able to watch the show for at least £1, with proceeds from the recording being shared out across the entire team from the 2019 production.
Captioned and audio described recordings will be available, with the piece being streamed in association with the WOW Foundation (Women of the World).
Emilia is directed by Nicole Charles, the West End cast who starred in the production includes: Nadia Albina, Anna Andresen, Christina Bloom, Jackie Clune, Saffron Coomber, Lauren Drennan, Eva Fontaine, Cora Kirk, Adelle Leonce, Jenni Maitland, Clare Perkins, Carolyn Pickles, Sarah Seggari, Sophie Stone, Samantha Sutherland, Rosanna Ter-Berg, Charity Wakefield, Amanda Wilkin and Tanika Yearwood.
Meanwhile, the creative team for Emilia are: designs by Joanna Scotcher, with lighting by Zoe Spurr, sound by Emma Laxton, choreography and movement by Anna Morrissey, composition by Luisa Gerstein, musical direction by Yshani Perinpanayagam, fight direction by Rachel Bown-Williams And Ruth Cooper-Brown of Rc-Annie Ltd, casting by Karishma Balani, voice coaching by Tess Dignan, assistant direction by Rafaella Marcus, assistant design by Amelia Jane Hankin, associate lighting by Anna Reddyhoff, assistant choreography by Christina Fulcher, production management by Sacha Milroy, costume supervision by Sian Harriss and wig supervision by Jessica Plews.
The play originally premiered at the Shakespeare’s Globe in 2017 and is being streamed in March to help mark International Women’s Day on the 8th March.