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By Ernest Kearney  —  As one devoted to the study of history, I knew of Mary Walker (1832–1919), but I confess, only dimly in

By Ernest Kearney — In "Jocasta A Motherf**king Tragedy," Brian Weir and the Ghost Road Theatre Company have taken Sophocles’ classic tale

By Ernest Kearney — “DoubleDouble,” playwright Guy Zimmerman reveals in the program notes, “came out of a case I wanted to make for Macbeth

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Desert Rats" by Nate Rufus Edelman is hardly the first play ever written about a kidnapping.  It stands in the

By Ernest Kearney  —  Many found 2018 a rather soft year for theater, and it possibly was.  Or perhaps it only seemed so since

 By Ernest Kearney  —  Before we move into the review of Playwright Andrew Osborne’s "Special" directed by Kerr Seth Lordygan at Theatre of Note,

By Ernest Kearney — This was my first “mashup” of theatre and film with soundtrack framed within a concert rendering. "Love Actually Live" at

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Fool for Love" by Sam Shepard, which just closed the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood, is not a tidy play.

By Ernest Kearney —  The story of Jim Jones­ has material enough for any ten dramatists. In the production "White Nights, Black Paradise," which

By Ernest Kearney — Writer/Performer Kathryn Taylor Smith has accomplished something remarkable with her one woman show "A Mile In My Shoes"

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Pretty Dead Girl – A Musical Necromance."  There’s a title that holds promise, wouldn’t you say? Written by

By Ernest Kearney — At the very least, congratulations must be bestowed on Writer/Director Amit Itelman’s "Bride of Blood" as hands down the wackiest

By Ernest Kearney  —  We are told by author Alan L. Brooks, he is "a doctor, not a playwright – and he has a

by Ernest Kearney  —  Matei Visniec is a Romanian playwright who sought and was granted political asylum in France in 1987.  Following the collapse

By Ernest Kearney — The Silence of the Lambs, the 1991 thriller directed by Jonathan Demme—based on the Thomas Harris 1988 novel of the

 By Ernest Kearney  —  "Gloria," the Pulitzer Prize-finalist, by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins is best described as an E-Ticket ride to the infernal regions of hell.

By Ernest Kearney  —  Of all Shakespeare’s plays save "Hamlet," "Othello" offers the most challenges to any cry of players, while also demanding they

By Steve Schlich — Above: #PlaidShirtGuy mocks Trump at a Montana rally. He (and friends) were eventually shooed off-camera, but the video is internet-immortal.

by Ernest Kearney As he espoused passion for both the city and its theatre, it is fitting that the late writer Ray

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