In Alex De Witt's Prime Time, John Ball has it all in his white suburb paradise. He watches the rest of the world through a big-screen TV. He's about to find out that the real world is nothing like Prime Time. Class, race, and pop culture collide in a comedic satire of the two-dimensional stereotypes America views through the mass media. What does it all mean? The stagehands have a few ideas. Fern R. Lopez directs.