Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:
- 1:25: Lois Reitzes talks with Clifton Guterman and David Crowe of Theatrical Outfit about their productions of “Our Town,” open now, and “The Laramie Project,” opening Sept. 12. Both plays run through Sept. 29.
- 15:51: Reitzes talks with members of Atlanta’s professional chamber choir, Coro Vocati, about Craig Hella Johnson and Conspirare’s “Considering Matthew Shepard.”
- 35:33: Artist Yehimi Cambron talks about their portion of the exhibit “Of Origins and Belonging, Drawn From Atlanta,” which examines the importance of place and heritage and features art made by Atlanta-based artists. The show is on view through Sept. 29.
- 40:01: “Supple Means of Connection” is performed by the High Museum’s first choreographer in residence, Lauri Stallings and her ensemble, Glo. The museum’s collection has an installation accompaniment in the Cousins gallery through Sept. 8.