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By Ernest Kearney  —  As one devoted to the study of history, I knew of Mary Walker (1832–1919), but I confess, only dimly in

By Ernest Kearney — In "Jocasta A Motherf**king Tragedy," Brian Weir and the Ghost Road Theatre Company have taken Sophocles’ classic tale

By Ernest Kearney — “DoubleDouble,” playwright Guy Zimmerman reveals in the program notes, “came out of a case I wanted to make for Macbeth

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Desert Rats" by Nate Rufus Edelman is hardly the first play ever written about a kidnapping.  It stands in the

By Ernest Kearney  —  Many found 2018 a rather soft year for theater, and it possibly was.  Or perhaps it only seemed so since

 By Ernest Kearney  —  Before we move into the review of Playwright Andrew Osborne’s "Special" directed by Kerr Seth Lordygan at Theatre of Note,

By Ernest Kearney — This was my first “mashup” of theatre and film with soundtrack framed within a concert rendering. "Love Actually Live" at

By Ernest Kearney  —  "Fool for Love" by Sam Shepard, which just closed the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood, is not a tidy play.

By Ernest Kearney —  The story of Jim Jones­ has material enough for any ten dramatists. In the production "White Nights, Black Paradise," which

By Ernest Kearney — Writer/Performer Kathryn Taylor Smith has accomplished something remarkable with her one woman show "A Mile In My Shoes"

By Ernest Kearney — At the very least, congratulations must be bestowed on Writer/Director Amit Itelman’s "Bride of Blood" as hands down the wackiest

By Ernest Kearney  —  We are told by author Alan L. Brooks, he is "a doctor, not a playwright – and he has a

by Ernest Kearney  —  Matei Visniec is a Romanian playwright who sought and was granted political asylum in France in 1987.  Following the collapse

By Ernest Kearney — The Silence of the Lambs, the 1991 thriller directed by Jonathan Demme—based on the Thomas Harris 1988 novel of the

 By Ernest Kearney  —  "Gloria," the Pulitzer Prize-finalist, by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins is best described as an E-Ticket ride to the infernal regions of hell.

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

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