Howard County's Approach To End Human Trafficking; Objective Troy; JWR Review; and Spotlighters | WYPR

Howard County's Approach To End Human Trafficking; Objective Troy; JWR Review; and Spotlighters

  

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  Howard County Executive, Alan Kittelman, tells us why his county is cracking down on human trafficking. We talk to a service provider about what victims need, and police detective about a new state law.

Then – Tom Hall talks to New York Times Reporter Scott Shane who’s discussing his new book, Objective Troy, at the Pratt Library tonight. It’s the story of the drone strikes that killed American imam- turned-terrorist, Anwar al Awlaki.

Plus: Tom talks to Michael Blum about the world-premiere musical he’s directing at the Spotlighters Theater written by the Victorian dramatist W.S. Gilbert of “Gilbert-and-Sullivan” fame.

And - Theater critic, J. Wynn Rousuck, reviews J. B. Priestley’s psychological thriller “An Inspector Calls,” which opens Everyman Theater’s 25th season.