City Lights: Irish Pride; Mark Gibson; “Small Mouth Sounds” At The Alliance; And More

Ireland's Consul General Shane Stephens talked with Lois Reitzes about this weekend's Pride festivities and how the Irish Consulate is participating.
Ireland's Consul General Shane Stephens talked with Lois Reitzes about this weekend's Pride festivities and how the Irish Consulate is participating.
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Friday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:31: Lois Reitzes talks with Shane Stephens, Ireland’s Consul General in Atlanta and head of the Consular Corps, about celebrating Atlanta Pride. The Irish Consulate will screen “The Queen of Ireland” on Oct. 14 as part of the festivities.
  • 14:13: Producer Summer Evans talks with former Air Force captain Mark Gibson about his memoir “Served in Silence.” The book chronicles Gibson’s time in the military as a gay man serving under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
  • 30:10: Susan Booth of the Alliance Theatre joins Reitzes to talk about their production of “Small Mouth Sounds.” The play is on stage through Oct. 27.
  • 43:08: Reitzes talks with Freddie Ashley and Wendy Melkonian of Actor’s Express about their production of “Skintight,” a show that follows the story of a daughter in middle-age learning about her 70-year-old father’s new partner. “Skintight” is on stage through Oct. 13.