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By Ernest Kearney —  There is nothing as intoxicating as watching a Performance – capital “P.”  It matters little if that performance involves any

By Ernest Kearney —  The Aeriform Arts Studios is setup for those interested in learning the skills of trapeze, ribbon silks, lyra hoop and other forms

By Ernest Kearney — And here they are

By Ernest Kearney — " Coasterthon Catastrophe: An Amusement Park Musical" is a rough, dopey, kinda silly, rather tuneful, utterly frantic, sorta

By Ernest Kearney  —  Like little boys with their toy soldiers, so, too, are little girls with their dolls: They weave webs of fantasies. 

By Ernest Kearney  —  Michael Shaw Fisher has apparently taken to heart George Burns’ sage advice on how to be a success in “showbiz.”

By Ernest Kearney — It is a pity that "Shilo Kloko" was at the Fringe so briefly, because it offers a wonderful

By Ernest Kearney  — "Dracula's Taste Test" is no great shakes, but neither does it hold itself up as anything else. Essentially a variety show,

By Ernest Kearney - The Cherry Poppins Productions have embraced a formula which has served them well in Hollywood Fringe after Hollywood Fringe –

By Ernest Kearney  —  The Bitch is Back: An Elton John Cabaret is exactly that, no more no less.  Director James Carey, with Darci

By Ernest Kearney —  "A Very Die Hard Christmas" is a rough little laugh-fest and delivers on what it promises quite nicely.  Writer Josh Carson and

[May 30, 2018] Stars of Broadway, music, movies and television sparkle as the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival (LAWTF) comes to Culver City for

by Ernest Kearney — Playwright Henry David Hwang has joined the ranks of an exclusive group. James Thurber the humorist best known for The Secret

By Ernest Kearney — This is Festival Fringe Time in Hollywood 2018 -Part II. This being Hollywood Fringe, one should expect a

By Ernest Kearney  —  It’s that time once again L.A.! — June! The six month of the year, one of four boasting 30 days,

by Ernest Kearney  — The origins of Taiko drumming in Japan is lost in that vast attic called history, but the conservative scholars will

The Lula Washington Dance Theatre (LWDT) the Los Angeles-based repertoire dance ensemble will perform in a joyous evening of dance, Friday, June 8

by Ernest Kearney — In "Keith Moon the Real Me," playing at Hudson Theatre’s Maintstage thru April 15, writer and performer Mick Berry

The Chromolume Theatre at The Attic has been the site of some stunning successes, and while their current production of Steven Sondheim's "Pacific Overtures,"

by Ernest Kearney — "Bright Star," currently on stage at the Ahmanson Theatre, is the epitome of what the Broadway stage does to perfection.

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