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Baron, Parker, and Taylor

Head to Chile with playwright Carlos Baron along with his cast of actors, dancers and musicians from "Poeta Pan."

Visit Yosemite where Julia Parker is helping to revive the art form of basket weaving.

Get a deeper look at the haunting drawings of Josephine Taylor.

[Original air date: Wed, May 16, 2007]

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Carlos Baron

Head to Chile to see how Pablo Neruda influenced the work of playwright Carlos Baron.

Julia Parker

Travel to Yosemite with Julia Parker who is helping revive the art form of Native American basket weaving.

Josephine Taylor

Find out what Josephine Taylor is really thinking when she creates her psycho-dramatic drawings.

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