The essential relationship between employee and employer is explored in this outstanding allegory/soap opera.
Arthur Miller is our very own American Shakespeare. Broken Glass is one of Miller's lesser-known works - it ran only 73 performances when it opened on Broadway in 1994, although it was Tony-nominated - and is probably this Jewish playwright's most Jewish play.
Peter King's congressional inquisition of the purported "radicalization" of U.S. Muslims is taking place the same month as the 60th anniversary of another all-American witch hunt.
"Black Death" is a thought provoking and frightening tale set in 1348 England.
The book has romance, adventure and a touch of intrigue.
Without the Oscar's glitz and glamor, the Progies laid honors on films of social substance, and artists of talent and commitment to the struggle.
If you're anywhere near Los Angeles, don't miss The Cradle Will Rock, the latest addition to the tide of political plays currently flowing across Southern California stages.
It is time to restore Richard Wright's place fully as a major people's artist and ground breaking journalist of the 20th century.
This unnamed verse, written in 1970, seems as if it could have been written yesterday in half a dozen nations - and in some U.S. states as well.
The James Agee Cinema Circle has announced its fourth annual "Progie" Award nominees for 2010's best progressive films, actors and filmmakers.