Fear & Desire @ The Canons’ Gait (2019)
On the 24th May 2019, Moon Fly presented an evening of six ten minute plays, written by six different writers. All performed script-in hand after a same day rehearsal.
SMOKE by Jennifer Adam
BALLOONS by Cameron Forbes
COMMON APPOINTMENT by Sean Dennis Langtree
BONES by Hayley Scott
SILENT SCREAMERS by Sam Siggs
TINY CREATURES by Julie Tsang
Directed by Nikki Kalkman & Amy McKenzie
Cast: Chris Allan, Lucy Goldie, Linda Duncan McLaughlin, Sean Langtree, Madeleine McGirk
Moon Fly Readings @ The Traverse (2019)
On 26th January 2019, Moon Fly Theatre presented an evening of one-act plays and sketches. Writers Cameron Forbes and Sean Dennis Langtree showcased brand new works in informal script-in-hand readings in front of an audience of more than 100 in the Traverse Bar Cafe.
Frederick George Rosie by Sean Dennis Langtree
Directed by Sofia Nakou
Cast: Mhairi McCall, Cameron McGarva, Sarah Miele
It Never Ends by Cameron Forbes
Directed by Emily Ingram
Cast: Sean Dennis Langtree, Mhairi McCall, Sarah Miele
If They Call It Night by Cameron Forbes
Directed by Jack Elliot
Cast: Emma Lynne Harley, Colin Macdonell
Fast Train Approaching by Sean Dennis Langtree
Directed by Isla Cowan
Cast: Joe Johnson, Ewa Malicka, Vivien Reid
A Face That Fits (2015)
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Written by Sean Dennis Langtree
Directed by Martin Haddow
Boy: Mark McMinn
Man: Vincent Maguire
Venue: theSpace@Surgeons Hall
Three Weeks: 4 stars
Broadway Baby: 3 stars
Lights. A young man is sitting alone on a park bench. Enter stranger who requests to draw him. Intrigued, the young man agrees. A Face That Fits is a coming of age story that deals with the clashes of two different generations. Written by Sean Dennis Langtree, a play by Moon Fly Theatre Company making its world premiere at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
On the 8th April 2015 ‘A Face That Fits’ had a rehearsed reading at the Arches in Glasgow.
Below are some production shots from the reading (click to view):
The ‘Boy’ was played by Alan MacKenzie and the ‘Man’ by David Gallacher.
Photography by Christopher George Reynolds