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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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Matt Dicks tells his story of gathering courage at Thanksgiving to stand up to his girlfriend's tough-as-nails dad on "Stories from the Stage: Holiday Horror."
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Stories from the Stage

Becoming Santa's Elf, A Prolonged Ramadan Fast, and Thanksgiving Confrontations

Cyndi Freeman becomes one of Santa's elves and uncovers a gruesome reality; Ekhlas Ahmed faces hunger as calamity creates a long Ramadan fast; Matt Dicks gathers his courage at Thanksgiving to stand up to his girlfriend's tough-as-nails dad.
Abhishek Shah discusses how he became a meat-eating American on "Stories from the Stage: Suitcase Stories (Part 2)."
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Stories from the Stage

Fleeing Syria to Pursue Music, a Name's Hidden Meaning, and Becoming a Meat-Eating American

Landscape architect Nano flees Syria to pursue her musical dream; Szifra discovers the hidden meaning of her name; and Abhishek becomes a meat-eating American.
Grace Talusan talks about how a green station wagon helped her family become Americans on "Stories from the Stage: Suitcase Stories (Part 1)."
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Stories from the Stage

Self-Rediscovery in Boston, Learning about America in a Green Station Wagon, and Challenging One's Own Assumptions

U-Meleni from Zimbabwe “sows seeds” of renewal in the United States; Grace Talusan shares how a green station wagon helped her family become Americans; and Kevin Dutremble challenges his assumptions about others.
Jackson Gilman talks about his son catching his first fish on "Stories from the Stage: Hell or High Water."
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Stories from the Stage

Leaving Cuba Forever, a First Catch, and Tested Love Affairs

Ana Hebra Flaster describes her last night at home before leaving Cuba forever; Jackson Gilman's son catches his first fish by any means necessary, and Julie Baker's international love affair is tested during "cabin fever."
Jannelle Codianni confesses that magic is not always real on "Stories from the Stage: Oops!"
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Stories from the Stage

Life-Changing Moments at a Stop Sign, Embracing the Art of Riding Unicycles, a Confession about Magic

Surprise! Kemp Harris describes a life-changing moment at a stop sign; Justin Werfel discovers the triumph and agony of a one-wheel ride; and Jannelle Codianni must confess that magic is not always real.
Courtney Allen discusses finding freedom during a trip to Cuba on "Stories from the Stage: Tickets, Please!"
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Stories from the Stage

Smuggled out of Mexico, Finding Freedom in Havana, Confronting Biases

Dan Dahari describes smuggled out of Mexico as an infant; Courtney Allen finds freedom during a trip to Havana; and social psychology professor Michael Sargent confronts his own biases on a flight immediately after September 11, 2001.
Mark Redmond talks about becoming unwelcomed in his community on "Stories from the Stage: Welcome to the Neighborhood."
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Stories from the Stage

Identity Searching in the Dominican Republic, Unwelcomed Home, Finding the Meaning of Community

Paloma Valenzuela travels to a Dominican neighborhood searching for her identity; Mark Redmond learns what happens when you're no longer welcomed on your street; Norah Dooley finds the meaning of community from neighbors who teach her life lessons.
Christine talks about donating a kidney to a stranger on "Stories from the Stage: Chance."
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Stories from the Stage

Seeking Asylum, Held at Gunpoint, Donating a Kidney

Rodrigue Kalambayi seeks asylum from political violence in the Congo; Korean-American Eson Kim is held at gunpoint in her family's hardware store in New York; and Christine Gentry donates a kidney to a complete stranger. Wes Hazard hosts.
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