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The Last Known Recording of the Lovely Lenore Sisters

copper moll productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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DANIELLE OZYMANDIAS certified reviewer June 07, 2015
So lovely! Oh, absolutely delightful. The writing. Easily 10 of my favorite lines in all of Fringe, 5 of all time.... full review
JIMMY SWAN June 14, 2015
What a pleasant surprise! This well crafted show will ma ke you laugh, captivate you, and tug ever so gently at your heartstrings. Jen Kenyon is simply masterful in her portrayal of triplet sisters the Lenore's. She brings it all to life, and will leave you spellbound. What a talent, what a show!... full review
ALISA TANGREDI June 14, 2015
I'll preface this by saying that a) I tend to not be a fan of one person shows, and b)I also (my own opinion only) tend to be critical of plays where the writer performs the lead in the show they wrote. That said, The Last Known Recording of the Lenore Sisters completely tosses those criticisms aside because I can't imagine a more fiercely talented actress than Jennifer Kenyon, who played all three roles to perfection (and yes, wrote the play, and composed the music). Laugh out loud funny, poignant, and yes, I found myself crying my eyes out as well. In this highly entertaining story that weaves mystery, strained relationships, the bond between sisters, and more -- this is a must-see play during this year's Fringe. Brava to Ms. Kenyon, and t... full review
BELLA MERLIN certified reviewer June 07, 2015
This was 45 minutes of charm, wit and delightful understatement. The piece is written and performed by Jennifer Kenyon, whose aptitude for subtle characterizations (as she slips effortlessly between triplet sisters) is extremely pleasurable. She and director Amanda Weir created the lovely atmosphere of a bygone era, and delicately dark undertones bobbed beneath the quippy one-liners and nostalgic anecdotes. Kenyon is a very accomplished writer and performer, and this is a real gem of a piece, which had the audience eating out of her hands. MUST SEE.... full review
ERIN MOORE certified reviewer June 07, 2015
What stuck out to me the most in this 50 minute show, was how effortlessly Jennifer Kenyon moves between playing all three sisters. Each sister had a different voice and different mannerisms. I would love to hear more of the murder story during the show and perhaps some more background on the sisters and Oscar. But definitely a charming show in this year's festival.... full review
FRANCISCO BRACHO certified reviewer June 08, 2015
Ms Kenyon is able to masterfully inhabit three characters in the ruse of telling a murder mystery. But all I want to know about are the flapper triplets. Especially the socialist!... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY June 12, 2015
THE LAST KNOWN RECORDING OF THE LOVELY LENORE SISTERS A murder mystery involving a 40’s singing trio consisting of three sisters. Think Raymond Chandler meets the Andrew Sisters. Written and performed by Jennifer Kenyon with Amanda Weier directing, the show is tight and entertaining. But it is Kenyon’s performance as the three sisters that is the main reason not to miss this one, as she flows seamlessly between the siblings sisters as they relate the events that lead to their manager plunging out of a hotel window and the end of their career. The play is fun. Kenyon is amazing. (For reviews of all my Fringe Shows go to: ... full review
CHE'RAE ADAMS certified reviewer June 13, 2015
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This is a funny and moving performance that should not be missed. The writing and acting is exceptional, and the concept is excellent. I loved it! Go see it!... full review
ERIN HOLT June 16, 2015
"The Lovely Lenore Sisters" is a touching examination of family bonds, broken relationships, love, loss, regret, and forgiveness. The script is well-crafted and skillfully executed. Be prepared to be delighted and moved. Don't miss this Fringe show!... full review
JULISA WRIGHT certified reviewer June 18, 2015
I laughed, I cried, I want to see it again. Well done, Ms. Kenyon! The story and acting was truly captivating, real, and honest. Dear everyone, Please go see it!... full review

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