Music

By Ernest Kearney ­— With their opera 'Arkhipov,' Composer Peter Knell and Librettist Stephanie Fleischmann have superbly captured the historical event in their

By Ernest Kearney — Doctor Zomba’s Ghost Show, David Lucarelli’s loopy homage to late night television horror hosts, was plainly rooted in

By Ernest Kearney  — Throughout its 30-year history, A Noise Within has demonstrated, for any theatrical company, the strategy for success.  A focused concentration

By Ernest Kearney — In selecting a basis for their musical, “A Dream At the End of Time,” Thomas Barrett Blakeley and

By Ernest Kearney — This was the Fringe that was meant to show to our city and the world, we’re still here,

All the shows reviewed, during Hollywood Fringe Festival 2022, are ranked in one of the five categories listed below: PLATINUM: These are shows that are

By Ernest Kearney — This tribute to Patrick, Tom, Liam Clancy and their musical confederate, Tommy Makem, is long overdue in “the

By Ernest Kearney — Writer/Performer and Composer Jeremy Ebenstein was diagnosed with high functioning Asperger’s Syndrome early on in life.

By Ernest Kearney — Legendary rocker Joe Cocker was being interviewed once very early in his career when the BBC reporter asked

By Ernest Kearney — Ahash Francis, has chosen a subject for his one-man show that is a fascinating and tragic figure from

By Ernest Kearney — "Camp Ginger" is an intelligent well constructed tale of a young, sensitive, socially maladroit lad who is sent

By Ernest Kearney — What is startling about Charlotte Munson’s performance in her musical “Di Lady Di,” is the agility she displays

By Ernest Kearney — In our time, in our world, there is no more important battle than that for the truth. And the journalists

By Ernest Kearney — Writer/Performer Alex McSherry takes his clue from Historian John Keegan’s classic work "The Face of Battle" in "The

By Ernest Kearney — “Vincerò” is the closing term cried by the “Unknown Prince,” which concludes “Nessun Dorma” from the opera "Turandot."

By Ernest Kearney — At first Clive Kennedy seems out of place on the stage at the Complex, where he is performing in

By Ernest Kearney — “Cassandra,” at the Studio/stage for HFF’22, has a good deal going for it.

By Ernest Kearney  — Playing onstage at the Broadwater for HFF'22, "To Bah or Not to Bah Humbug" is thirty minutes of inoffensive fun

By Ernest Kearney — "Shubop-Dubay-Had" is, as advertised, the prequel to Gordon’s HFF19 musical "No Matter Watt," and a worthy prequel it is.

By Ernest Kearney — A distinct benefit of seeing dancer Aylin Bayaz and guitarist Raúl Mannola performed at the Hudson is the