Alexis looks behind the scenes at how actors prepare for a Castleton College play.
We discover how one of the longest running Yiddish theatres in North America keeps the Yiddish culture alive on stage.
We meet sculptor David Stromeyer who shares his process and inspiration for his large scale metal sculptures.
Meet a teenager, a 30-something and a soon-to-be septuagenarian who all stepped through a portal along the border of New Hampshire and Vermont to take a journey to the center of the earth, the farthest reaches of the galaxy and to worlds only they could imagine when we drop in on the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction.
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