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Thursday, July 25, 2002

Legendary film producer Robert Evans begins his narration of a new documentary following his career by stating, "There are three sides to every story: my side, your side and the truth." Hear his side when he talks about his life in Hollywood and "The Kid Stays in the Picture." Plus the founder and director of the Oregon Ballet Theatre, and an exploration of the ancient stepwalls of India.

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Robert Evans

Legendary film producer Robert Evans begins his narration of a new documentary following his career by stating, "There are three sides to every story: my side, your side and the truth." Hear his side when he talks about his life in Hollywood and "The Kid Stays in the ...

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James Canfield

A conversation with the Oregon Ballet Theatre's founder and artistic director James Canfield, on the occasion of the OBT's return to the Joyce Theater in Mr. Canfield's final year with the company.

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Morna Livingston

Photographer Morna Livingston discusses the magnificent stepwells integral to western Indian communities as sites for drinking, washing, bathing, and sacred rituals for 500 years, and her book of photographs, Steps to Water: The Ancient Stepwells of India.

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