With the current state of our government, it’s increasingly clear that all politics are personal. Life is not as black and white as it seems, both racially and metaphorically. It’s also not as bad as it seems. In the midst of uncertainty, there are still plenty of joys to choose and celebrate – both intellectual and carnal. The Second City’s 100th Revue: Who Do We Think We Are? explores the good, the bad and the ridiculous that makes us uniquely American and more importantly, makes us human.