Kenneth is in rehearsals for Yellow Moon- The Ballad of Leila and Lee  by Scottish playwright David Greig, with Layla Estasy, John Shrimpton and Danielle Cormack.

The production is directed by Susannah Dowling and produced by whiteblackbird with B Sharp.  Performances start on the 2nd of September 2010 for a four week season at Belvoir Street Theatre Downstairs. More details below:


It’s Friday night. Stag Lee is 17, bored and figuring out how to make fast money from a life of crime. Silent Leila is at the all-night superstore feeling stupid and ugly, wishing she lived inside the pages of a celebrity magazine. A chance meeting. A life-changing event. In a heartbeat the duo are headed north in search of refuge. Marooned in an unforgiving landscape, this unlikely Bonnie and Clyde are forced to hunker down and confront who they really are.

Brought to life by white blackbird’s physical approach to storytelling, Yellow Moon seamlessly flows from narration to poetry, from imagination to reality, from brutality to hope. A captivating journey of self-discovery with a dark heart that promises a night of fast-paced adventure and touching humanity.

PLAYS 2 – 26 September
Book tickets here:

Written by David Greig
Directed by Susanna Dowling
Choreographer Johanna Puglisi
Set & Costume Designer Irma Calabrese
Lighting Designer Teegan Lee
Composer Ekrem Mulayim
With Danielle Cormack, Layla Estasy, Kenneth Moraleda & John Shrimpton
Produced by Mark Lowrey

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