Emil Thomas

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Just in case you missed it, here is this week's editon of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry.

It features my one-on-one interviews with the cast of TNTs Claws, World of Dance judge and Grammy-winning performer Ne-Yo, Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and Emil Thomas, artistic director of Marietta's New Theatre in the Square. Thomas discusses his current production of August Wilson's Fences.

I also played some great music from Sade, Ne-Yo, Incognito and Kathleen Bertrand. 

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This week's edition of #UPFRONT features jazz vocalist Kathleen Bertrand as she talks about her new album, It’s Time to Love. This is Bertrand’s first project in six years and it features collaborations with Phil Davis, Tyrone Jackson, Tony Hightower and The Dangerfeel Newbies.

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Today's edition of #UPFRONT was full of Black star power. We opened the show with Emil Thomas, artistic director of Marietta's New Theatre in the Square. He talked about the company's latest production, "Bright Half Life." The show is playing now through August 5 and is centered around the marriage of two women and the moments that make a life together.