Ernest Kearney, an award-winning L.A. playwright and rabble-rouser of note, has worked as literary manager or as dramaturge for among others The Hudson Theater Guild, Nova Diem and the Odyssey Ensemble Theatre, where he still serves on the play selection committee. He has been the recipient of two Dramalogue Awards and a finalist or semi-finalist three times in the Julie Harris Playwriting Competition. His play Peddle was selected by the Midwest Theatre Network as one of the best plays of 1997. His most recent work 'The Salt Prince' was awarded honors from the Nathan Miller History Play Contest as well as the Fremont Center Theatre Play Contest. A passionate theatre and history buff, Mr. Kearney's reviews can be found on workingauthor.com and TheTVolution.com. Hang with him on Facebook. Comments welcome.

Triptych reviewed by Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com

All playwrights of any merit explore those vast and stretching abysses that form human relationships. In his earlier work, “The Size of Pike” and now in “Triptych,” writer Lee Wochner shows he prefers to delve into the most convoluted canyons to journey in reverse of their sources. … What he offers us is an opportunity to follow Harold Pinter down a rabbit hole, insisting to us that human relationships are never what we hope to find, but that the search can at least be fun.

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Two M@therf#ck*rs on a Ledge reviewed by Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com

In this era of video game inspired cinema, Kardashian-mania, and rampant Trump tweets, any flicker of intelligence or hint of gravitas is like an ice cold soda-pop after wandering in the Sahara for a month with nothing for sustenance but sand sandwiches sans the “wiches.” In spite of a ferociously inappropriate title, "Two M@therf#ck*rs on a Ledge" is, nevertheless, a treat for those whose grey matter is still supple and functioning.

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