A Body of Water: a Drama of Memory and Identity at Aurora Theatre
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The last date listed for A Body of Water was Sunday February 12, 2012 / 2:30pm.
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Aurora Theatre is all set to brighten your season with its annual holiday musical-variety spectacle, Christmas Canteen. This living Christmas card is Gwinnett's longest-running theatrical holiday tradition, now in its 18th season, and is famed for both its nostalgic fun and high production values. The show not only features traditional favorites like "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "Silent Night," among others, but also serves up everything from comedy to country, rock, swing music and more, all wrapped up in one entertaining package. Learn More
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This was a great performance that still haunts me with several questions. How did the couple get to where they were, was that really their daughter and are any of these characters alive or is it just the imagination of a sole survivor running rampant? Freddie Ashley's directing was as superb as the Kincaids' and Cara Mantella's acting. It was mesmerizing and if my questions cannot be answered, I would like a sequel.
A Body of Water
Written by Lee Blessing
Directed by Freddie Ashley
It is a beautiful summer morning as Avis and Moss wake up in a handsomely appointed cottage surrounded by water on all sides. Everything is a mystery, because the pair has no recollection of who they are or how they got there. Has Wren, an enigmatic young woman, come to help unfold the answers to these questions? If she does, do they really want to know the truth?