By Ernest Kearney — There is an old saw that annoys the hell out of me whenever I hear it: “History repeats

By Ernest Kearney — "The Children," running at The Fountain Theatre, opens with trickling blood. Just a nose bleed. A still,

By Ernest Kearney — “Why?” Whether one is leaving an exhibit of Banksy’s stenciled, naked, nine-year-old Phan Thi Kim Phúc fleeing her napalmed

By Ernest Kearney — The story of Chiara Offreduccio, AKA Clare, is one of the most beloved “ripping yarns” of the Catholic Church.

By Ernest Kearney  —  Carla Delaney is a talent to luxuriate in, with a lovely voice, sharp comedic skills, and a persona that can

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 - "In Our Man in Santiago," Playwright Mark Wilding forgoes those subtle, silken threads from which history spins its webs, which

By Ernest Kearney — There’s a great deal that is familiar about The Wolfe & the Bird, Rachel Parker’s one-woman show at the Matrix.

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 — “Sugar and Sh*t,” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival '21, is full of moments that clash and tumble

By Ernest Kearney — With “(It's Been 76 Years and We're) Still Waiting For Lefty,” presented during Hollywood Fringe '21, Playwright Gregory

By Ernest Kearney — A time warped backyard BBQ where the hot dogs and burgers come with extra strangeness and squirt of inanity to

By Ernest Kearney — Saba takes us down the rabbit hole of the American dream in her HFF21 presentation of “Lies,

By Ernest Kearney  —  Paige Fockler sets up an interesting reality in her Hollywood Fringe one-woman show.  She has barged into her therapist’s office

By Ernest Kearney — "Vice" is a futuristic, dystopian drama, chock full of revolution, the dominance of virtual reality to keep populations docile, a

By Ernest Kearney — At the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival, "The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign" —written and performed by

By Ernest Kearney — “Tomb” borrows from Stephen King’s The Shining and George Lukas’ classic THX 1138. There’s nothing wrong with

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Black Woman in Deep Water" written and performed by Makena Hammond, under Jane Fleiss Brogger’s, direction is a pearl whose

By Ernest Kearney — Joyce Lee’s "The Dean’s Office" approaches a number of vital issues involving the propagation of systemic racism in the learning