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By Ernest Kearney — "Romeo & Juliet; Virtually" is another valiant effort to breach the great barrier of the current crisis and provide theatre

By Ernest Kearney — These are trying times, no argument, but there is much that can be learned through adversity. Now I have always

By Ernest Kearney — Well here we are, still in the great Covid plague of 2020, and this is my first theatre review sans

By Ernest Kearney — I am confident, as confident as one can be in this Rock 'Em Sock 'Em robot world we seem to

A Forward By Ernest Kearney — In times of radical events, it is both courageous and proper to take action to address the failures of

By Ernest Kearney — Writer/Director Ken Roht’s hellzapoppin’ vamping musical "Vampire Burt’s Serenade" has a good deal going for it. Burt, a manic Nosferatu,

By Darwyn Carson — Now we know. "The Game's" Episode 5 delivered—as promised—the identity of The Mole. Clever writing, this, from series creator Toby

By Darwyn Carson - (originally published 12/2014) Just as we were about to yawn and say pass the potatoes please, three unique

By Ernest Kearney — Early Thursday morning, February 27, 2020, noted character actor Gene Dynarski shuffled off his mortal coil in a Studio City

By Ernest Kearney — 1940 saw an expansion of Secretary of State Davenport efforts to educate Anglo-Saxon Americans of the threats to their race.

By Ernest Kearney — H. L. Mencken, journalist and social critic had predicted it in 1920: “As democracy is perfected, the office

By Ernest Kearney – The pundits proclaimed the ski lifts in Hell must be working overtime, for Donald Trump had won the Republican nomination

By Ernest Kearney — The BLUE13 Dance Company according to Paul Crewes, the Artistic Director of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the

Ernest Kearney — In choosing Mary Shelley’s "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus," Mat Sweeney, Jesse Rasmussen and Choreographer Sebastian Peters-Lazaro of Four

He's gotta go, of course. But Donald The Dictator’s raptorial reign is far from the only damage being done to our democracy.

By Ernest Kearney — The rich soil of Frida Kahlo’s life has, spreading just beneath its surface, the roots of a dozen

By Ernest Kearney — Playwright Stanley Brown's 'Huckleberry Towers' is a show not without merit, but one without definition.

By Ernest Kearney — First and foremost, one leaves 'Dear Yoko' with the appreciation that Anzu Lawson has lived one heck of

y Ernest Kearney — The story goes that while giving an interview, many years back, Playwright Edward Albee was asked his opinion