City Lights: Jamil Jude; Chamber Cartel; And Komansé Dance Theater’s New Production

Left to right: LaToya Farris, daily service coordinator at Covenant House, and Raianna Brown, founder of Komansé Dance Theater, join Lois Reitzes on today's "City Lights."
Left to right: LaToya Farris, daily service coordinator at Covenant House, and Raianna Brown, founder of Komansé Dance Theater, join Lois Reitzes on today's "City Lights."
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Wednesday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:28: True Colors founder Kenny Leon passed the torch of artistic director title to multitalented producer Jamil Jude. Lois spoke with Jamil last November about his new role and what’s in store for True Color’s future.
  • 16:53: The music ensemble Chamber Cartel knows that peace and quiet aren’t really their strong suit. The released a new album of works by composer Aaron Jay Myers. Producer Myke Johns sat down with Meyers and Cartel’s leader Caleb Herron to discuss their new album “…But I’m Doing It Anyway.”
  • 33:24: Atlanta-based dancer Raianna Brown created Komansé Dance Theater in 2018 to discuss social injustices through dance. Her new production “Skid” explores homelessness, gentrification, and social disparity in Atlanta through movement.

Correction: This post has been updated to correct the spelling of Aaron Jay Myers’ name.