♪♪ Deirdre Hawkins: I remember when I was about seven seeing the Wizard of Oz on television and there was a step that they did, uh, going down the yellow brick road. I remember just being determined to learn that step. I am Deirdre Hawkins, owner and director of the Hawkins School of Performing Arts
JUDY WOODRUFF: Now: bringing ancient traditions alive in a new light. Artist Prumsodun Ok is taking a form of dance that dates back to performances solely for royalty in Cambodia. His Khmer dance company is transforming that classical style by using an all-male and openly gay group to showcase the art to the public. He
– Hey everybody, I’m here backstage at the Touhill Theatre I never say it right. Is it too-ill, Tou-hill? – [Mark] Tou-hill. – Tou-hill Theatre! With my fantastic filmmaker right here, Mark Silverman. I’m sure you like that you’re being filmed now, huh! And we are just about to meet my ballet mentor, Miss A.