A new self-described "jet-black comedy" takes on the national American character at the apogee of its foreign "nation building" enterprise.
The Chicago-based one-woman show brings audiences to tears of laughter and pain.
On this series, many of our questions to be answered next year and many new ones to be posed.
Provocative and at times hilarious, the new one-man show captures Gregory's way of afflicting the comfortable.
Viewers spent some uncomfortable time in character Elizabeth Jennings' shoes.
A girls' dance competition in Cincinnati sets the stage for this art-house film.
Revelations keep coming on each new episode of "The Americans."
For Elizabeth to have to betray her friend Young-Hee and deal with yet another U.S.-made deadly weapon, is entirely too much.
It's a product of the post-World War I Expressionist school, with exaggerated characters, writ in bold strokes, often with harsh, mordant commentary.
Maybe, just maybe, Philip and Elizabeth can catch a break.