City Lights: Master Woodworker Doug Pisik; Theatre Critic Kelundra Smith; And More

Lois Reitzes admires the artwork of Doug Pisik, a woodworker in the Atlanta area.
Lois Reitzes admires the artwork of Doug Pisik, a woodworker in the Atlanta area.
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Wednesday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:40: Lois Reitzes speaks with master woodworker Doug Pisik about his history creating sculptures from wood. Pisik’s creations will be available at the American Craft Show taking place March 15-17.
  • 15:39: Actor Michelle Cristal and director Mary Nye Bennet of Jerry’s Habima Theatre join Reitzes to talk about their production of “Xanadu Jr.” The play runs through March 17.
  • 29:38: Reitzes talks with Kelundra Smith, theatre editor for ArtsATL, about her article “Black Theatres In The U.S.: Building, Surviving, Thriving,” which examines how black theatre is doing in the United States.