Two teenagers lost in a long-forgotten Scottish village cross paths at the corner stone. Lee is a rebellious young man well-known by social services. Leïla is a young woman from a good family walled in by silence. They couldn’t be more different. And yet, when something goes wrong, together they flee to the mountains of the north. There they hope to find Lee’s father, who disappeared years earlier. But at their final destination, they find themselves alone, faced with each other and their future together. Halfway between Bonnie and Clyde and Romeo and Juliette, Yellow Moon is a coming-of-age voyage towards adulthood, love and happiness.
Production Théâtre la Manufacture
Text David Greig
Translation Maryse Warda
Direction Sylvain Bélanger
Cast Denis Bernard, Sylvie De Morais, Benoît Drouin-Germain, Monique Spaziani
Production Team Marie-Hélène Dufort, Martin Labrecque, Pierre-Étienne Locas, Yves Morin, Marc Senécal