Ernio appeared in the theatre listings section of The New York Times, back in December for the Luna Stage production of Mi Casa, Tu Casa.
The photo above (and full page at right) features his fellow co-stars (and friends) Michael Aquino, Deivis Garcia, Paula Moscoso, EJ Keitel and Chris Blanco. (Not pictured, but off to the right, was the great Cindi Merklee.)
Thanks go out to the show's co-creator (and Union City! native) Michael for the scans.
Check back at the rave review the show got here: http://bit.ly/casareview.
Ernio has been busy writing in January. In addition to some personal and copywriting projects, he has blogged for GuySpeed.com, HowAboutWe.com and Mashísmo.
Here's a taste:
• 7 Reasons You Should Bring Your Grandma On The First Date
• Paul Rudd Talks to Teens about Boobs, Boys and Undies [VIDEO]
• Golden Globes/ Oscar Nominee Poster Mashups
You can keep tabs on his writing on his Clips page or via Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.
"Marvelously," "deft," "pitch perfect performance" and other great adjectives modify Ernio's name in this review of Mi Casa, Tu Casa, playing through Dec. 18 at Luna Stage.
Come see "Hernandez's sensitive reading of Clement Clarke Moore's 'A Visit from St. Nicholas'... and Hernandez's show stopping 'Hopak'" and much more: he plays 6 animal characters, 2 fathers and 2 narrators.
The show stars Michael Aquino, Chris Blanco, Deivis Garcia, Jane Keitel, Cindi Merklee and Paula Moscoso (seen with Ernio at left).
Tickets and details are available at http://bit.ly/MiCasaTuCasa.
Check out this holiday show that is fun for the whole family!
Ernio's performance in Mi Casa, Tu Casa was reviewed and words like "perfect," "lithe" and "lean" were used to describe him and his body — you read/decide which at this link.
He can be seen at left (and in the show) with his "broad smile"-toting co-star (& friend): the lovely & equally-(or-greater-than-)talented Paula Moscoso.
The show runs the next two weekends at Luna Stage in NJ, info at http://bit.ly/MiCasaTuCasa. Bring the kids, or come solo, but be ready for fun!
Ernio performed as a special guest storyteller at Gaslight Salon's monthly series "What Had Happened Was..." Nov. 2.
Recounting a true story, he read a short (written - minutes before) preface to set the scene and delivered the first wordless story of the series to general uproar.
While it was a "you-had-to-be-there" event, you can get a feeling for the piece in a live stream of the evening here:
Ernio "opened" (at about the 28:00 mark) for one of the evening's featured storytellers Kate Rados (around 46:00) -who read from her 7-year-old self's "The World of Poetry."
Check out the GaslightNYC Storyteller's tumblog for more on the series and upcoming live shows at 116 MacDougal.