Thunder’s Mouth Theatre Artistic Director Flloyd is Australian director, actor, writer, and voice/acting coach Flloyd Kennedy, presently based in the UK. She has previously trained and worked in the UK, USA, Nigeria, New Zealand, Russia and Australia with some of the world’s most renowned theatre practitioners.
Flloyd first came to the UK in the late 1960s, and over the next 30 odd years she performed street theatre, cabaret and fringe theatre, was lead vocalist with The Black Diamonds Havana Band (trad jazz) and Chorde en Bleu (modern jazz). After three years as deputy wardrobe mistress for the King’s Theatre, Glasgow, she returned to performing, touring Scotland with Annexe Theatre, Shared Boat, Cahoots and several one-woman plays under the auspices of the Scottish Arts Council. She helped establish Performance Exchange, coordinating workshops and inter-disciplinary skills training for theatre practitioners in Scotland, and was founding Artistic Director of Golden Age Theatre (Glasgow), directing and performing in classic and contemporary plays, touring to festivals, theatres, schools and community halls (with workshops) around Scotland.
"Yes! Because..." Ride along on Dame June Bloom’s journey through the seven ages of woman with sonnets, songs and stories. Life as a touring actor has taught this poet, scholar, raconteur and singing clown a few things, and while she might be getting on, no-one puts Grandma in the corner.
Written and performed by Flloyd Kennedy (with William Shakespeare), directed by Ira Seidenstein (Cirque du Soleil, Slava Snow Show)