The World's a Stage
Michael Edwards has proven his parents wrong by living his theater dreams for 30 years. He's not worried about becoming a star because he's living his life exactly the way he wants.
Hey, Your Nose is Growing!
There are very few full-time marionette theaters in the country. One of these theaters is dedicated to keeping the vanishing art alive. See why they believe puppetry is not only still relevant but even more necessary in these high-tech times.
Performance artist Rachel Rosenthal is an artistic visionary who has been pushing boundaries for decades, and the age of 83, she's more passionate than ever about why she believes the arts are so important to all of us.
Curtain Up on Theater's Future
Bert and Barbara Roper remember when movies cost a quarter, and Friday nights were spent at the theater. Decades later, the Ropers are celebrating the future by renovating the past, and the curtain is up on a new dream.
Through explosive dancing, personal stories, humor, and a company of performers whose ages span six decades, Liz Lerman's productions stretch the expressive range of contemporary dance.
She made her Broadway debut at the age of 81 and says it was worth the wait.
Jeanie Linders has become a voice of an entire generation thanks to her smash-hit play, "Menopause: The Musical."
At 70 years old, Kathryn Joosten is a celebrated actress -- she's won two Emmy awards and received critical acclaim for her roles on TV shows like "Scrubs," "The West Wing" and "Desperate Housewives." But it was a dream that almost didn't happen.
He's subtle yet bombastic. He's an accomplished actor of stage and screen and dancer. He's nearly 70 and says his favorite thing to do in the world is work. And the great Christopher Walken is talking to us about his surprising new role.
Passing on the Passion for Learning
Molly Conole believes she's found the secret to staying energetic, enthusiastic and curious. She says her job as a children's TV show host opened her eyes to a message that applies to us all.