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Sigh… More than twenty Democrats are running for president, and none of them will stuff Trump’s hairpiece down his throat—the one thing I would

By Ernest Kearney — Step by step, inch by inch – The Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019 draws nearer. Must say, I think this

By Ernest Kearney — So here you have the second round of Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019 offerings that sound promising:

By Ernest Kearney — We live in a world of tangerine despots, murderous religionists, a generation who places more credibility in lowlifes

By Ernest Kearney — Watching Renée Taylor’s one-woman show, My Life on a Diet, is akin to sitting on a veranda with

By Steve Schlich — My premise is brutal: business is a cross between a dictatorship and a junta …which makes government run as a

By Ernest Kearney — June is slowly but steadily approaching, and with June comes that Saturnalia of the Arts, The Hollywood Fringe

By Ernest Kearney — Howard Zinn, the socialist academic, is most familiar as the author of the 1980 revisionist A People’s History

By Ernest Kearney — "Too Much Sun" by Playwright Nicky Silver, presently a guest production at the Odyssey Theatre, is a clever

By Ernest Kearney  —  Playwright Lauren Gunderson is the current “flavor of the month” of the American theatre scene, with her works the most

By Ernest Kearney  —  As I’ve been proclaiming for as long as I’ve been reviewing theatre in L.A., the hottest ticket in this town,

Playwright Laura Maria Censabella's "Paradise," having closed a successful run at the Odyssey Theatre has now moved to the Matrix Theatre on Melrose Boulevard

By Ernest Kearney — There are particular products, —merchandise, institutions and other…stuff— exports from the U.K., which the rest of the world sometimes finds

By Ernest Kearney — At its best, theatre spans vast separations of time and culture revealing how shared struggles makes a community of all

By Ernest Kearney  —  The Old Man and the Old Moon is an assemblage of all the elements that made theatre the earliest and

by Darwyn Carson — Time to Gird Your Loins everybody. If you haven't refreshed your memory yet, there's plenty of time and opportunity to

By Ernest Kearney — " Miss America’s Ugly Daughter" written and performed by Barra Grant, the daughter of Bess Myerson, the first

By Ernest Kearney  —  There is an adage in the creative pursuit of playwriting: “It’s easier to set them up than knock them down.”

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

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