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Stories from the Stage

Last Dance

Sandi Marx narrowly misses being cast for Broadway's A Chorus Line; choreographer Mark Lamb returns to his small Kentucky town and has an extraordinary reunion; and Jean Appolon dances his way out of a death sentence in Haiti.

"Stories from the Stage” is provided through a content partnership between Link TV and the WORLD Channel.

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Alison Smith recounts reuniting with her distant dad after his Alzheimer’s diagnosis. | From "Stories from the Stage: Can't Pick Your Family"
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Reunion With Dad After Alzheimer's Diagnosis, Family Home Gambled Away, and Learning Acceptance and Love

Alison Smith is reunited with her distant dad after his Alzheimer’s diagnosis; Rose Saia is left homeless when her father gambles away the family home; and Tae Chong learns about acceptance & love while choosing a musical instrument.
Julian Benbow speaks into the microphone about finding the meaning of home on a road trip to Ohio. | From "Stories from the Stage: Wanderlust"
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Road Trip Revelations, Ghost Hunting in Kentucky, and Delivering a Perfect Show to a Deserted Bar

Julian Benbow finds the meaning of home on a road trip to Ohio; Jeffrey Foucault delivers a perfect show to a deserted bar in Des Moines, Iowa; and Renata Sancken goes ghost hunting in Kentucky and discovers we all have a zany side.
Akshobh discussing how he discovered hospitality and humanity in the wilderness on "Stories from the Stage: Road Trip."
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Stories from the Stage

Opening For Bob Dylan, Driving Home with a Feisty Ram, and Discovering Hospitality in the Wilderness

On the highway where anything can happen, take a ride on a journey that changed everything. Melissa tells us about the night she opened for Bob Dylan; Suzanne drives home with a feisty ram; and Akshobh discovers hospitality and humanity in the wilderness.
Joe Pagliuca's gestures on stage as he talks about how marriage proposal turns to be more unexpected than planned. | "Stories from the Stage: Loves Me, Loves Me Not"
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Stories from the Stage

Unexpected Marriage Proposals, a Broken Heart Held Together by Hundreds, Facing Fears of Adventure

Joe Pagliuca's surprise marriage proposal turns to be more unexpected than planned; Lauren Wojtkun's broken heart is held together by one hundred women in rural Colorado; Aaron Wolfe faces his fear of adventure to embrace his wife's spirit.
Andy Vargas speaks about taking his political activism door-to-door on "Stories from the Stage: Stand Up."
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Stories from the Stage

Taking Political Activism Door-to-Door, Crossing Language Barriers with Compassion, and Battling Exclusion

Andy Vargas takes his political activism door-to-door; Katie Liesener discovers how compassion can cross the language barrier; Yvette Modestin battles exclusion by creatively redefining her Blackness.
Ashley Rose gestures while speaking about her patience being tested by FEMA after a flood in her community on "Stories from the Stage."
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Stories from the Stage

Going Postal at the Post Office, Getting Testy with FEMA, and More

Kevin Gallagher goes postal in the post office; Ashley Rose gets testy with FEMA after a flood in Roslindale; Khuyen Bui has his life stolen by an innocent little life-tracking app.
Furquann Syed speaking about being teased for his name and Muslim heritage, and finding that violent solutions have a down side.
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Stories from the Stage

The Downside to Violent Solutions, Battling Learning Disabilities, and More

Cecelia Viverios battles a baffling learning disability. Anna Kamens reluctantly welcomes a fourth-grade newcomer who struggles socially. Furquann Syed, teased for his name and Muslim heritage, finds that violent solutions have a down side.
Ben Cunningham talks about works to transform swooning preschool girls into dragon-slaying warrior princesses on "Stories from the Stage."
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Stories from the Stage

Transforming Preschool Girls into Dragon-Slaying Warrior Princesses, School Help From Sister Maria, and More

Ben Cunningham works to transform preschool girls into dragon-slaying warrior princesses. Donna Galluza finishes the school year with Sister Maria's help. Crystal Williams climbs the ladder of higher education, aided by some secret admirers.
Matthew Sablan talks about spinning a nightmare date into a life lesson and lasting friendships on "Stories from the Stage: Make It or Break It."
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Stories from the Stage

Turning Lemons into Lemonade, Nightmare Dates to Life Lessons, and Combining Impossible Worlds

Michele Carlo turns lemons into lemonade when she's busted moonlighting during an internship; Matthew Sablan spins a nightmare date into a life lesson; power lifter Mikelina Belaineh "Googles" her way to combining two seemingly impossible worlds.
Javed Rezayee tells his story of pitting his meager cooking skills against those of his chef father on "Stories from the Stage: Kitchen Confessions."
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Comparing Cooking Skills with Chef Dad, Cooking with a Romantic Partner, and a Restaurant Shift from Hell

Javed Rezayee pits his meager cooking skills against those of his chef father; Alan White explores cooking with a romantic partner; and Executive Chef Karen Akunowicz relives a restaurant shift from hell.
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