City Lights: Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus; Brian Friel At Aris Theatre; And More

[left to right: Kathleen McManus, Lois Reitzes, Tim McDonough]
Aris Theater is currently putting on "The Friel Deal: Two Plays After Chekov" now through June 23.
[left to right: Kathleen McManus, Lois Reitzes, Tim McDonough] Aris Theater is currently putting on "The Friel Deal: Two Plays After Chekov" now through June 23.
Credit Summer Evans

Monday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:46: Lois Reitzes talks with Don Milton, music director of the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus, about their upcoming concert “I See You: 50 Years After Stonewall.” The concert, celebrating the pivotal moment in American history, is June 22 at 8 p.m.
  • 22:53: Atlanta’s Wussy Mag and Out On Film have partnered to bring a screening of “Paris Is Burning” to the Plaza Theatre on June 17. The documentary follows African-Amiercan and LatinX LGBTQ folks as they participate in elaborate balls. Reitzes talks with Jim Farmer and Kierra Fock about the film.
  • 36:41: Kathleen McManus and Tim McDonough of Aris Theatre sit down with Reitzes to talk about their staging of “The Friel Deal: Two Plays After Chekov,” featuring two plays written by Anton Chekhov which were translated and adapted by Brian Friel. The plays are on view now through June 23 at 7 Stages Theatre.