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What's On Frontseat, TV One, 10.00pm Sunday

Frontseat, TV One, 10.00pm Sunday 26 September after Lexus Sunday Theatre

Dancing to success: New Zealand's contemporary dance scene has flourished but new barriers now stand in its way. Amomai Pihama talks to some of our top choreographers about their hopes and challenges.

Foolish Acts: Downstage was NZ's first professional theatre when it opened 40 years ago in the then-industrial Courtenay Place district. Actors Ray Henwood and Lauren Jackson reminisce and look to the future during a break in rehearsals for Roger Hall's new play 'Foolish Acts'.

Angels With Dirty Feet: Dance theatre meets drug addiction in Raewyn Hill's heartwrenching new choreographic work.

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The Frontseat Team TV One after Lexus Sunday Theatre

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