Wednesday on "City Lights with Lois Reitzes":
- 1:11: 7 Stages takes its audiences into the heart of Baghdad in its upcoming production. Set in 2003, “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo” follows marines, their translators and, indeed, a tiger as they navigate the war-torn streets of Baghdad. Lois Reitzes speaks with 7 Stages artistic director Michael Haverty along with actors Joe Sykes and Marium Khalid;
- 21:14: This year's contender's for the National Book Award for Young People's Literature have been announced. Atlanta writer Laurel Snyder is among those up for the award. Reitzes talks with her about her novel "Orphan Island";
- 28:57: Reitzes talks with concert pianist and music professor at Emory University Will Ransom about the 25th season of the Emory Chamber Music Society.