Plays

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

By Ernest Kearney — There are seldom any survivors when a relationship crashes and burns, just those who walk away maybe a little wiser.

By Ernest Kearney — "Loose Underwear" has a great deal going for it not the least of which is Writer/Performer Dagmar Stansova.

By Ernest Kearney — I make an effort to see all the international shows and those productions coming from other states to participate

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 – "The Play That Goes Wrong" is a huge Hindenburg of a cartoon which has found its mooring mast

By Ernest Kearney — Blaze Starr, stripper and paramour of Louisiana Governor Earl Long (brother of Huey), and Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor

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 — Readers of my Fringe reviews on TVO are undoubtedly familiar with the rating system I apply to the shows I

By Ernest Kearney — Fear and the pain we deny are the cancers of the soul. Having been raised in the Solid

By Ernest Kearney — For The Tvolution Medal Listings for the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019, all shows attended are placed in one

By Ernest Kearney — The Drama Theatre Fantazja from Sydney, Australia arrived at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019 with an international cast

By Ernest Kearney — Are we the sum of our parts, or our parts themselves? Can we ever be free to be fully

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 Ernest Kearney — It strikes me that certain shows at the Fringe are trying to follow the success of "The Mighty Boosh," the

By Ernest Kearney "The Mayor’s Debate of Tranquility, Nebraska" at the Complex Hollywood, while both a "Twilight Zone" doppelganger and political parable is

By Ernest Kearney — At the start of "The Last PowerPoint," which played The Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019, the CEO of disIncorporated plunges

By Ernest Kearney — "Jamba Juice The Musical" is a rough, toe-tapping little ditty, a kind of “Hey, I’ve got a barn” musical only

By Ernest Kearney — Some plays, due to the period of their composition or the language in which originally penned, present various problems for

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