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By Ernest Kearney  —  Of all Shakespeare’s plays save "Hamlet," "Othello" offers the most challenges to any cry of players, while also demanding they

by Ernest Kearney As he espoused passion for both the city and its theatre, it is fitting that the late writer Ray

By Ernest Kearney  —  In 1944 The Glass Menagerie established its young playwright, Tennessee Williams as a major new talent in the world of

By Ernest Kearney  —  When the Russian poet Vladimir Mayakovsky was found on April 14, 1930—a suicide at the age of 36—his handwritten note

By Ernest Kearney  —  The Open Fist Company under Ben Martin’s skillful direction have done well by Author Dylan Thomas in their production of

By Ernest Kearney  —  I can’t say I am very conversant with the 17th century Spanish Playwright Tirso de Molina.  He was a fascinating

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

Out of the 380-plus shows presented during Hollywood Fringe Festival Show 2018, 80 were viewed by TVolution critics: 69 of which garnered written coverage

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  — I once taught a class entitled “Industry Reality 101.” The purpose of the class was to strip my students

By Ernest Kearney — Laura Grimaldi is a whirlwind of a performer with a winning mixture of humor and honesty. In "Left Turns," her

By Ernest Kearney  —  Now the funny thing is that the title, We Need This Musical to Stop Us From Killing Ourselves — the

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Fresh Meat" is set in a dystopian future where the world order seems to have fused into three distinct classes: cannibals,

By Ernest Kearney  —  In his latest Hollywood Fringe Festival offering, "New Kid on the Block," playwright John Patrick Daly's heart is in the right place,

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Baba, Jee (Father, Yes)" is a solidly written, smartly directed and tightly performed piece. The story is straight-forward and has,

By Ernest Kearney — Its title, "The Other Side of the Razor Ribbon," refers to the modern style of barbed wire one

The TVolution Hollywood Fringe Festival Awards Coming Soon!

By Ernest Kearney  —   There is nothing so evasive as engendering effective and credible dread in a live theatre environment. Films have it easy.

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

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