Plays

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

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

By Ernest Kearney — David Mynne’s one-man show of Charles Dickens’ "Great Expectations" knocked me off my feet last year.

By Ernest Kearney — The Collaborative Artists Ensemble’s staging of "Unraveled" by Jennifer Blackmer brings to its audiences a serious, solid piece

By Ernest Kearney — With his play Jitney, August Wilson provided the book-end for both extremes of his ten-play series The Pittsburgh

By Ernest Kearney — While watching a stage magician’s performance there is an unavoidable disappointment when one can plainly see the

The Tvolution is reprinting the following review, in anticipation of the upcoming production of “A Christmas Carol,” playing at the Wallis Annenberg Center for

By Ernest Kearney — Defenders by Cailin Maureen Harrison is an odd little hybrid, that comes across like M. Night Shyamalan had

By Ernest Kearney — "Romeo and Juliet in Hell," written and directed by Matt Ritchey, currently being staged at the Actor’s Workout

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

By Ernest Kearney — "One of the Nice Ones" produced in 2016 by the Echo Theater Company resulted in two accomplishments for its

By Ernest Kearney — Jonathan Shapiro’s "Sisters in Law" now at the Wallis is based on Linda Hirshman’s bestselling dual biography on Sandra

By Ernest Kearney — In their theatrical variation of the Three Card Monty scam entitled Never Ever Land on the stage of Theatre Unleashed,

by Ernest Kearney — What is the definitive symbolic icon of man’s crucible of flesh? The precise embodiment of his indarba to the narrow

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 — The best theatre I’ve seen has been on bare stages, under looming oak trees, in gloomy, ramshackle homes. So whenever

By Ernest Kearney — "I Am Not A Man" is a stand up routine trying to pass for a solo show, more than anything