There is no question that Amy Urbina is an indomitable force on stage. Incredibly personable, versatile, and stunningly beautiful! Brava! And she tackles challenging material with chutzpah. The challenge is that the play combines two Doras – a fictional Latina Dora trying to make it in Hollywood – and Dora Jordan, a real-life actress from 1760s’ Ireland. It’s a little tricky to tell at present whether Latina Dora is being haunted, if she’s schizophrenic, if she’s simply being playful with two identities. Consequently, our relationship as audience to both Doras becomes confused. That’s the great thing about the Fringe – it’s a forum in which we can try out new work and hone it. And it may be that the writer and director could develop more fully the relationship between the two histories and help the actress to anchor the storytelling more firmly.