Keri took center stage on May 8 for a benefit reading of Wendy Wasserstein’s An American Daughter. The one-night-only event takes place at the Tony Kiser Theatre, and proceeds will go to She Should Run, a non-profit, non-partisan organization with a mission to expand the pool of female elected leaders. Keri, Hugh Dancy and Jonathan groff were joined at the reading by Zoe Kazan, Victor Garber, Julie White, Max Jenkins, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Erich Bergen, Raul Esparza and Christine Lahti who directs.
– Events An American Daughter Benefit Reading – May 8 2017
5×12 – The World Council of Churches
As Philip and Elizabeth grapple with a momentous decision, Tuan takes matters into his own hands in the Morozov operation. Back in Russia, Oleg’s investigation collides with the realities of the Soviet system.
5×13 – The Soviet Division
The riveting season finale of The Americans finds Philip and Elizabeth racing against the clock as a life hangs in the balance, while Stan faces an uncertain future.
After more than 25 years on television, it is hard to believe that Keri Russell earned her first-ever Emmy nomination just last year, as voters finally caught on to her critically acclaimed performance on “The Americans.” Russell plays Elizabeth Jennings on the FX drama, who poses as a travel agent in the suburbs of Washington D.C. but is really a covert KGB spy along with her husband Philip (Russell’s off-screen partner Matthew Rhys) in early 1980s America.
According to our exclusive combined Emmy odds, Russell is nipping at the heels of frontrunner Claire Foy (“The Crown”) in second place with 11/2 odds. After last year’s breakthrough career nomination, can Russell go the distance and win this year? Below, see four reasons why she’s a threat to win Best Drama Actress. Continue reading 4 reasons why Keri Russell could win Best Drama Actress at 2017 Emmys
We open on a subplot that has largely shifted to the background: pot-smoking teen Kimberly, and her father – the head of a CIA group specializing in Afghanistan.
Philip is still nursing her as an unwitting contact, and that recorder of his remains lodged in her father’s attaché case.
We haven’t really spent much time with him directly, but here we see him getting a report about some act of bloody violence. Cut to Kimberly’s birthday, and Philip cutting a cake. Talk gets a little wistful – getting older, having a family. Not screwing up.
This has been on Philip’s mind a lot. He actually has multiple families to screw up now.
One of them involves Tuan, the Vietnamese refugee who is posing as their adopted son in an operation against the Morozov family. “Does Tuan ever say anything about any girls to you? I just think he’s lonely,” Elizabeth says. She’s planning to go spend the night at their house with him. Give him a sense of belonging.
Just then, they get a call: It’s the Center, with a “doctor’s appointment” for Philip. One of Gabriel’s other operatives needs to report some information.
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Keri and Matthew Rhys showed up at the Met Gala in opposite outfits: him in a dress and her in a pantsuit. Rhys donned long socks and buckled shoes with a knee-length suit jacket over his shirt and tie. Russell, meanwhile, rocked a black morning coat, tuxedo pants with a red stripe by rag & bone and black-and-white heels with dramatic eye makeup.
– Events The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit – May 1 2017