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Aurora and Larry

copper moll productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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Review by RICHARD GRAVES

June 07, 2016 certified reviewer
tagged as: gentle · mystical · humorous · fantastical · meditative

What I liked

All of it!

What I didn't like

I liked it all!

My overall impression

The very talented Jennifer Kenyon is gentle, warm and radiant, with a sense of childlike wonder, in her portrayal of Aurora (as a little girl and adult), a hippy, flower child, and seeker of peace, love and freedom. She and her brother, Polaris (AKA “Larry”), also performed by Kenyon, were raised by dysfunctional parents in a commune, many of whose members claim to be in contact with extraterrestrials. But Aurora, who is all-too-human, appears rather “spacey” herself, with at least one foot planted in an alternative universe. In the end, however, she is simply trying to figure it all out – just like the rest of us! Throw in a little ukulele playing and some fan dancing (with beautiful lighting effects!) for a bit of flair! Highly recommend!

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