City Lights: Festival de Micro Teatro; Atlanta Contemporary Biennial; And more

[left to right: Denise Santos, Myke Johns, and Juan Unzueta] Aurora Theatre partnered with Latinas Who Lead in Media Atlanta to present Festival de Micro Teatro.
[left to right: Denise Santos, Myke Johns, and Juan Unzueta] Aurora Theatre partnered with Latinas Who Lead in Media Atlanta to present Festival de Micro Teatro.
Credit Summer Evans

Monday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:39: Myke John talks with Juan Unzueta of Aurora Theatre and Denise Santos of Latinas Who Lead in Media – Atlanta about their upcoming festival of short plays “Festival de MicroTeatro: El Sueño Americano (The American Dream).” The festival begins March 21 and runs through March 30.
  • 19:21: Lois Reitzes talks with Daniel Fuller and Veronica Kessenich of the Atlanta Contemporary about their 2019 Atlanta Biennial exhibition, “A Thousand Tomorrows.” The exhibition features 21 artists from 10 states around the South and runs through April 21.
  • 35:11: Reitzes talks with director Adam Koplan and actor Brian Kurlander about “The Pitmen Painters,” a play based on the story of the Ashington Group, a collective of coal miners who became known for their art in 1930s and 40s Britain. “The Pitmen Painters” is at Theatrical Outfit through March 24.