By Ernest Kearney - Since its Broadway opening in 1982 it’s doubtful a year has passed without there being at least two dozen (likely

By Ernest Kearney —  Well, 2021 was strange in every way: The UN declared it the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, a mob

The Hollywood Fringe Festival shows attended by The Tvolution, for 2021, are eligible for a “Medal” in one of FOUR categories. They are:

By Ernest Kearney  —  Ruchi Kishore, creator and star of "Dirty Chai – a hip-hop bollywood musical" which recently played during the Hollywood Fringe

By Ernest Kearney — There are three types of shows I am always in hopes of finding, which keeps me returning, year after year,

By Ernest Kearney — Why…? Why…? C’mon, why…? Really, why…? Why…? Why…?

By Ernest Kearney — All through the enforced isolation of the pandemic, denied my needed fix of theatrical smack, desperately watching Zoom shows presented

By Ernest Kearney — "Funny Bonz, the Humerus Solution" by the P3 Theatre Company suffers from a lack of slickness in some of the

By Ernest Kearney — Maria Callas (1923-1977) left an indelible mark as one of the most gifted and influential opera singers of

by Ernest Kearney — It was fitting that the first show of the Hollywood Fringe Festival '21, for this reviewer, was Gordon Stephen Matheson

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 — 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

By Ernest Kearney — I give to you my personal list of the best theatre Los Angeles offered in 2019, with a

By Ernest Kearney — Roberta Kathleen Parks, Audrey Nelson, Mary Jo Peyton, Shirley Marie Sherrill, Melissa Anne Smith, Carrie Ann Rois,

By Ernest Kearney — Nowadays most people, — particularly those generations born after the epoch when high school courses were given on the proper

By Ernest Kearney — "Let’s Write a Musical," played the McCadden Theatre at this year’s Hollywood Fringe. It is a show

By Ernest Kearney — I always say, at least to anyone willing to listen, that the two most common types of failures, theatre-wise, are

By Ernest Kearney — Sam Pasternak’s concept in “Public Domain, The Musical,” while poking fun at Disney Studio’s propensity for squeezing profits out

By David Nairne — You are going to have a frigging good time at "Ride or Die: The Hip-Hop Musical." My first thoughts as