City Lights: Alcoléa And Company; ‘The Prom’ Hits Broadway; And More

Jean-François Alcoléa joins Lois Reitzes in the studio to talk about his upcoming performance called “Right in the Eye."
Jean-François Alcoléa joins Lois Reitzes in the studio to talk about his upcoming performance called “Right in the Eye."
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Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:31: French multi-instrumentalist Jean-François Alcoléa joins Reitzes to talk about his upcoming performance at the Plaza Theatre as part of France-Atlanta 2018.
  • 14:53: Jenny Levison, chef and owner of Souper Jenny, and Rachel May join Reitzes to talk about Levison’s new, one-woman show, “I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti.”
  • 27:37: Producer Myke Johns visits Piedmont Park for a look at Atlanta Celebrates Photography’s (ACP) 700-foot-long installation hung on the fence surrounding the dog park. He talks with one of the artists with work along the fence and ACP’s Executive Director, Amy Miller.
  • 38:31: Bob Martin and Chad Beguelin, creators of the musical “The Prom,” talk about the show and theater life in Atlanta.