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Ballet Afsaneh, Wessel, and Fabian

Experience the historic Silk Road through dance, music and poetry with Ballet Afsaneh.

Take a stroll with contemporary landscape photographer Henry Wessel and his camera.

Watch as sculptor Mitra Fabian creates a new work exploring the aberrant.

Catch up with Marcus Gardley as he watches a staged reading of his play, "Love Song for the Night in Gail."

[Original air date: Wed, Jul 18, 2007]

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Ballet Afsaneh Art and Culture Society

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Mitra Fabian

See how sculptor Mitra Fabian explores the abnormal using mundane materials.

Marcus Gardley

Find out what keeps poet and playwright Marcus Gardley coming back to the Bay Area.

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