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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
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
CHE'RAE ADAMS certified reviewer June 13, 2015
tagged as: jenKenRocks
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
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
REBECCA METZ certified reviewer June 19, 2015
I have never smiled so hard throughout the entire duration of a show before. Ridiculously charming and flawlessly written, directed, and performed.... full review
EILEEN WEINER certified reviewer June 21, 2015
tagged as: tour de force
Everything about this show was wonderful.. (Could a play about quadruplets be next?) The writing, the acting, the music... Ms. Kenyon would be a triple threat even if she weren't portraying triplets! I hope to see much more of her on stage in years to come. The story kept you guessing from the time it began, and left you wanting more when the lights came down. Absolutely charming. A must see!! ... full review
ERIK ENGMAN certified reviewer June 22, 2015
Jennifer Kenyon tells the story of the three Lenore Sisters, now elderly, and their almost rise to fame and the scandal that cut their career short. Jennifer seamlessly and masterfully switches from the now-elderly sister to sister, fully encapsulating each of their personalities. An amazing performance and a beautiful, sad story. Not to be missed! ... full review
JIM MARTYKA certified reviewer June 23, 2015
Just an absolutely delightful show from an extremely talented performer. So much fun to listen to three rich characters share a story of Hollywood intrigue. Loved it!... full review