Aurora and Larry

copper moll productions · Ages 17+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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GUY PICOT certified reviewer June 16, 2016
Jennifer Kenyon scored a success at last year’s fringe with her one-woman show about triplet vaudevillians (The Last Known Recording of The Lovely Lenore Sisters). This year she again explores the murky territory of sibling relationships with “Aurora and Larry”. The show starts with a welcoming-of-the-sun ritual dance and the twirling of colored silks. Aurora is a woman who is trying to make sense of her life. She and her brother were raised in a hippie commune by their serial deserter father and terminally flaky mother. When their father flees from cops, the rest of the dysfunctional family look for him until the kids are taken into care. “Polaris” (Larry’s full name) rebels against his parents’ rebellion, becoming a crew-cut wannabe sold... full review