Domitius - An Original Musical
  • Camden Fringe

Thrust into power, Nero, a young Roman Emperor, seeks life as a musician and performer, but a series of threats against his life may prove to be his final act. What could you sacrifice for your truest dream?Love, Song, Dance & Murder - Domitius retells the tale from an unbiased viewpoint paving the way for audiences to experience that particular reign in Ancient Rome. 1st-century Roman history, politics and characters are brought to musical life through a contemporary score inspired by the 1970s and 1980s with the script laced with 21st-century pop culture references. Following Roman Emperor Nero and his vain pursuit of critical acclaim from his countrymen, the real catalyst for Neros downfall is explored through his lesser-known ambition of his desperate desire of becoming a musician and performer.

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