All-stars from the previous Step Up instalments come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers.
A talented ballerina and a former hockey player work together to achieve their dancing dreams.
Malinga explores the work of Indigenous artists living on the Central Coast of NSW.
Former Stranglers front man Hugh Cornwell reveals the inspiration for several of the band's biggest hits, and performs them in the studio.
Ten years has passed since a fire broke out in Paris - leaving only a mask behind. As the love story continues in Coney Island, NY, The Phantom's undying love has grown for the soprano singer, Christine Daae. Christine, her 10-year-old son, Gustave, and husband, Raoul, the Viscount de Changy, travel to Coney Island where Christine is scheduled to sing for Hammerstein, but ends up singing for the mysterious Mister Y. They don't know what lies ahead. Christine and Erik confess about their past. Christine and Raoul reunite with old friends; and Christine sings for her mysterious masked man once more.
In Nunavut, Canada, Social Worker and long-time B-boy Stephen Leafloor brings his positive hip-hop workshops to encourage kids to blend the richness of their traditional and modern cultures.
The Schools Spectacular is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools, it is unequalled in the world with over 2000 dancers, a 1500-voice choir, an 80-piece symphony orchestra and 50 exceptional soloists.
The Feeling's Dan Gillespie Sells discusses the inspiration for his band's work, revealing how a number of their most popular tracks were written.
Joy Division and New Order founder Bernard Sumner discusses the inspiration for a number of his songs, and performs a short set.
Every year China organises a nationwide contest in which foreign performers show their Chinese talent. The documentary follows a group of foreign performers, singers, dancers, musical instrument players, who participated in the 2003 contest.
The world's largest variety show. 3600 students, 400 schools, 2000 dancers and 1300 choir members. Featuring School Spectacular graduate and winner of The Voice, Anja Nissen, in a special guest appearance including a duet with Alexa, winner of The Voice Kids.
This episode profiles an artist who has started his own marketing and production company to give himself and other artists a home to freely express themselves.
Recovering from the death of his wife, Phillip Rose finds himself in middle age as a single parent. After a clumsy episode on a dance floor at a house party, he begins dance classes with a young teacher.
Ian McCulloch, singer-songwriter of Echo and the Bunnymen fame, explains the inspiration for songs such as The Killing Moon, before performing them in the studio.
Striking a chord with audiences throughout Sydney Festival 2012, this bold production from choreographer Kate Champion and Sydney Theatre Company uses real stories in an expose of contemporary family life in Australia.
For the first time on Nine, a show like no other, the 30th Anniversary of the Schools Spectacular. 3600 students, 400 schools, 2000 dancers and 1300 choir members deliver cutting-edge youth dance and musical numbers.
In 2007, the brilliant French choreographer Maurice Bejart died in Lausanne, where his dance troupe has been based since 1987. His successor, Gil Roman currently fights not only for funding, but also for artistic recognition. In addition to short clips of Bejart's choreography, the documentary includes rehearsals led by Roman and comments from some of the young dancers.
The end of the school year is in sight. Students are busy rehearsing the final shows of the year, auditioning for the major companies, and giving concerts at prestigious venues.
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