Here is the latest episode review of "The Americans" as the new season speeds onward.
"If you listen carefully, the subtle sounds and nuances of family life can be louder than the more obvious thunder of bombs."
Pepperdine University's Theatre Department has just presented a short four-performance run of the classic.
Senko's 90-minute documentary explores the techniques of and effects rightwing media has on listeners/viewers/readers.
Sicilian playwright Luigi Pirandello's iconoclastic play is all the more impressive when one takes into account that its premiere in Rome was way back in 1921.
On the face of it, a collaboration between Beckett and Buster Keaton sounds like an unlikely alliance of artists.
Most coming of age stories don't also involve deciding what gender you want to be. That's the dilemma facing the lead character in this play.
We return to larger considerations and smaller links in this drama between Philip and Elizabeth, and their loving, yet emotionally torn daughter.
It is the first opera written about the Iraq War, and it is highly worthwhile.
In this play, an angry teenager from a troubled home in Juneau is sent to live and work with his Tlingit grandparents in a remote fishing village.