by Ernest Kearney — Ice at the 24th Street Theatre is really a matter of  “All the King’s horses and all the King’s men.” Now

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

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

by Ernest Kearney — The world premiere of "Jackie Unveiled" by award-winning playwright Tom Dugan has been extended at the Wallis Annenberg Center for

The 25th Annual (Silver Anniversary) Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival (LAWTF) has a roster of distinguished artists who will co-host four days and five programs at

by Ernest Kearney — It would be difficult to find two more dissimilar figures than the British lay theologian, academic and novelist Clive Staples

By Ernest Kearney — There is a great deal of talent involved in "Two Fisted Love" at the Odyssey Ensemble Theatre. On stage

The 2014 Pulitzer prize-winning drama, “Water by the Spoonful,” at the Mark Taper Forum through March 11, is Act II of the “Elliot” trilogy

The audience has come to The Lovelace Studio Theatre in the Wallis Center for the Performing Arts, in expectation of a theatrical interpretation of

by Ernest Kearney  —  That Sussan Deyhim’s The House is Black Media Project had such a limited engagement at the Wallis Annenberg Center for

by Ernest Kearney — The Fountain Theatre’s West Coast Premiere of “The Chosen,” adapted for the stage Aaron Posner and Chaim Potok—author of the

By Ernest Kearney — Premise-wise "Small Mouth Sounds," by Playwright Bess Wohl, has a lot of potential. The highly touted New York production, directed

There are identifiable years in the history of this nation that are shrouded in a foreboding of dire times ahead; 1860, 1877, 1914, 1918,

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 — Forgiveness seems to be the theme of “Redline,” now playing in rep with “Sinner’s Laundry” at the Lounge Theatre

by Ernest Kearney  —  IAMA Theatre Company’s production, "Sinner’s Laundry," at the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood, can be summed up simply as "Orange is

Hamid Rahmanian is a film maker and graphic artist who in 2013 undertook to illustrate the Shahnameh.  He has now transformed part of that

by Ernest Kearney — In "This Land," at The Company of Angels, playwright Evangeline Ordaz, uses a parcel of earth to structure a breathtakingly

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

by Ernest Kearney “My mother didn’t wear sneakers,” Fahn proclaims at the opening of her one-woman show, Under the Jello Mold, on-stage thru

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