Local, USA: Finding America 1
Before Courtney became an accidental baker and Jesus cooked the most beautiful hot dogs, they each had to search for their identity. The same can be said of Anthony, Cordelia and Tonia - these five men and women discovered who they are and then discovered their passion and purpose in their America.
Colorado Experience: Dinosaurs
Once a tropical landscape inhabited by Dinosaurs, Colorado has a fascinating role in the history of paleontology. Discover the Dinosaur Bone Rush of the late 1800s, step in the prehistoric dinosaur tracks at Pickewire Canyon and uncover the state fossil, the stegosaurus.
Colorado Experience: Colorado Courthouses
The courthouses across Colorado are much more than judicial landmarks, their placement represents power and land status. From Huerfano County’s solid stone design, to Wray’s house-like structure, discover the beauty, legacy and legends of Colorado’s Courthouses.
Doc World: My Bolivia
Filmmaker Rick Tejada-Flores travels to Bolivia, trying to unravel his family’s history – his grandfather’s role in Latin America’s bloodiest war, the slaves his family owned in their privileged past lives, and a strange connection to an infamous Nazi war criminal. What else will he find hidden in his ancestors’ past?
Stories from the Stage: Chance
Chance could mean possibilities, risk or opportunity: Rodrigue seeks asylum from the Congo, Korean-American Eson is held at gunpoint in her family’s hardware store and Christine donates a kidney to a stranger. Three storytellers, three interpretations of Chance, hosted by Wes Hazard.
Stories from the Stage: Last Dance
A last dance may be at the end or beginning of something big: Sandi narrowly misses getting cast for Broadway’s A Chorus Line; Mark reluctantly returns home to Kentucky for an extraordinary reunion; and Jean dances his way out of a death sentence in Haiti. Three storytellers, three interpretations of Last Dance, hosted by Theresa Okokon.
Colorado Experience: Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp
In 1913, Charlotte Perry and Portia Mansfield opened the “Rocky Mountain Dancing Camp” which later became the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp. It boasts alumni like modern dance pioneer Jose Limon and actor Dustin Hoffman, and continues to operate in the original cabins first built when Perry and Mansfield developed the institution.