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by Ernest Kearney — The world premiere of "Jackie Unveiled" by award-winning playwright Tom Dugan has been extended at the Wallis Annenberg Center for

The 2014 Pulitzer prize-winning drama, “Water by the Spoonful,” at the Mark Taper Forum through March 11, is Act II of the “Elliot” trilogy

by Ernest Kearney  —  That Sussan Deyhim’s The House is Black Media Project had such a limited engagement at the Wallis Annenberg Center for

The Chromolume Theatre at The Attic has been the site of some stunning successes, and while their current production of Steven Sondheim's "Pacific Overtures,"

by Darwyn Carson — Monopoly, I would wager, was always one of the first go-to games of choice amongst friends and family members. Contributor

by Ernest Kearney — Klaus Kinski (1926-1991) was celebrated for his talent and disparaged for the madness that served as its foundation.  Today he

Looking for the “Big Bang” — that spark which initiated what would become America’s if not the World’s interest in comics as a popular entertainment

by Ernest Kearney  —  I do have a soft spot for weird sci-fi flicks - The History of Future Folk (2013), John Carpenter’s Dark

Some of the most jaw dropping, chill raising, and yes tear inducing, imagery ever shot makes up BBC America’s prequel to its new natural

"Silent Sky" in its final weekend at Long Beach's International City Theatre, is a well-crafted feel-good evening in the theatre.  If playwright Lauren Gunderson

In "Ashlee Olivia Presents E.A.R.T.H.A.," Ms. Jones delivers an exceptional performance of an exceptional performer

It is surprising how a vocal style dating back before the 1500s can still strike one as so immediate. Such is the case with

Netflix is shooting out product faster than the bullet train. The Jason Bateman starrer, "Ozark," streaming now, is sprinting toward the front of the

Let us talk the lowest of high concept. Take the most obnoxious representatives of our society’s ills: A woman (Rebecca Larsen) obsessed with the entitlement her

It opens with a real-life catastrophic event: a meteor the size of a small house hits a small town in Russia injuring a thousand

I must admit an admiration for Tricia Aurand’s undertaking in "Nicaea." Not only does she present an historical tale, but one of a most

Long-awaited "Game of Thrones'" Season Seven—winner of 12 Emmy's just last September, remember— is no longer coming. It's Here: July 16 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT).

"Blue," by filmmaker Charles Huddleston, is not a complex plot. It’s a pretty straightforward morality tale wrapped in the landscape and backwoods mores of

We love Angela Lansbury. And PBS announced today, "She's ba-a-a-ck." Dame Lansbury with Michael Gambon will head the cast in a three-part adaptation of

There are more individuals whose talents deserve some Note of Distinction this year, and we, at TheTVolution wish the privilege of acknowledging them

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