City Lights with Lois Reitzes

City Lights: ‘Labyrinth’ Showing; Play Me Again Pianos; And More

July 24, 2017

Monday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:46: Artist Kara Walker speaks with Lois Reitzes about her piece “The Jubilant Martyrs of Obsolescence and Ruin,” which was recently acquired by the High Museum of Art.
  • 20:14: Cheryl Henson, daughter of the late Jim Henson and the president of the Jim Henson Foundation, speaks with Gabbie Watts about working on her father’s film “Labyrinth.” The Center for Puppetry Arts will screen that film this Saturday in addition to hosting the second Labyrinth Ball in August and closing down their Labyrinth museum exhibit in September.
  • 30:26: Reitzes speaks with violinist and Franklin Pond Chamber Music founder Ronda Respess and her daughter Ginny Respess-Fairchild as their summer program comes to a close.
  • 39:46: Play Me Again Pianos founder and president Jason Brett talks with Reitzes about the goals of the nonprofit.

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