As one historian puts it, "Labor relations in America have never been gentle."
A nineteenth-century American classic, re-imagined for the stage as a tale of racial injustice.
Emotions run high in this version of Shakespeare's classic tale of star-crossed lovers, set in one of today's flashpoints of international strife.
The Chicago-based one-woman show brings audiences to tears of laughter and pain.
A girls' dance competition in Cincinnati sets the stage for this art-house film.
A parade of new actors tries to rescue the franchise from a lack of coherence.
It's summer in Hollywood again: feminists and intelligent moviegoers may want to lower their expectations.
Steve Cushion's new book shows that there was more to Cuba's revolution than the romantic tale of a few warriors in the mountains.
Prisons are a popular subject for films nowadays, not surprising since more and more people are living behind bars -- 2.4 million in the United States.
Are we preoccupied with determining what's funny, and when and where it's appropriate to laugh?