City Lights: “Fun Home” At Actor’s Express; The Emory Chamber Music Society Celebrates Beethoven; And More Kevin Rinker • Jan 14, 2020 Share Freddie Ashley from Actor's Express talks about their production of Alison Bechdel's "Fun Home" on today's "City Lights." Credit Image courtesy of Actor's Express Audio version of this story here. Tuesday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”: 1:04: Lois Reitzes talks with Freddie Ashley from Actor’s Express about their production of Alison Bechdel’s “Fun Home.” The show is on stage through Feb. 16. 17:54: Reitzes speaks with Canadian comedian Sugar Sammy. He’ll be performing at the Punchline Comedy Club Jan. 16-19. 30:40: Will Ransom of the Emory Chamber Music Society talks with Reitzes about their series of concerts celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. The free concerts begin Jan. 18. WABE brings you the local stories and national news that you value and trust. Please make a gift today. Three Black Women Fought To Desegregate Georgia State. Six Decades Later, The School Honors Them Atlanta Mayor Halts Development Around $26 Million Westside Park ‘I Feel Helpless’: GSU Professor Discusses Professional, Personal Impact Of Coronavirus Outbreak Marathon Weekend Guide: Olympic Trials Road Closures, Places To Watch And More Emory Researchers Knock On Doors Across Atlanta's Westside To Warn About Lead Contamination Memorial Tribute Planned For Legendary Author Toni Morrison Inside The 'Public Health Emergency Room' Where CDC Is Running Its COVID-19 Response Star-Studded Cast In Strand Theatre's Production Of 'Middletown'