City Lights: Notes For Notes; The Origins Of Breaking Into Song In Musicals; And More

"Oklahoma!" is one of  musicals where performers break into song. Adam Koplan, director of Flying Carpet Theatre Company, talks about this during today's "City Lights."
"Oklahoma!" is one of musicals where performers break into song. Adam Koplan, director of Flying Carpet Theatre Company, talks about this during today's "City Lights."
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Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 2:07: Producer Claire Reynolds talks with Jen Hodges of Notes for Notes, an organization that operates recording studios inside Boys and Girls Clubs around the U.S. including the Whitehead Boys And Girls Club studio in Lakewood.
  • 19:30: Adam Koplan, director of Flying Carpet Theatre Company, talks with Lois Reitzes about the origins of breaking into song during musicals.
  • 44:50: Actor Shuler Hensley shares why he created the “Shuler Awards.”