seven methods of killing kylie jenner
Watch a meticulously paced and intriguing play written by Jasmine Lee-Jones and directed by Milli Bhatia. Follow the story of Cleo and her hidden fantasies of killing the infamous Kylie Jenner at the Jerwood Theatre.
Why Watch seven methods of killing kylie jenner
As a writer who honed her skills at the Royal Court’s very own ‘Young Court’ programme, playwright Jasmine Lee-Jones is one of West End’s most promising stars. As an actress, she has played leading roles in a vast array of shows including Isabella in Measure for Measure, Clytemnestra in Agamemnon, Dido in Dido, Queen of Carthage, and Mercury in The Malcontent. She wrote the impressive play Say Her Name that was performed at the Royal Court, Open Court, in 2016. Seven methods of killing kylie jenner takes a route that few other plays dare to take in this genre. It is directed by the Trainee Director for the Royal Court Theatre - Milli Bhatia. The accomplished Tia Bannon and Danielle Vitalis are set to play Kara and Cleo respectively.
Kylie Kenner is one of the most controversial public figures of the 21st century. She has a whopping 112 million followers on Instagram alone, making her an influential social icon. While some view her as the next messiah, others believe that Kylie Jenner and the Kardashians are harbingers of an era of cultural poverty. Is there a way to stop this immensely popular woman? What is the price of beauty? These questions are explored through the eyes of young Cleo in seven methods of killing kylie jenner.
Although Cleo is holed up in her bedroom with a heap of missed phone calls from Kara, there is a lot that she wishes to say. She has stayed away from communication channels and alienated herself from her friends and acquaintances. Seven methods of killing kylie jenner speaks volumes about the era in which words speak louder than actions on the world wide web.
Adult Audiences | Lovers of Contemporary Drama
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Suitable for ages 14+
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