Two Acts, Book Musical, Pop / Rock, Rated PG
International Hit Version
An unmistakable title from the unforgettable film & television franchise that ushered in a cultural phenomena, FAME - THE MUSICAL has already proven that it will "live forever!"
final class of New York City's celebrated High School for the
Performing Arts on 46th Street is followed from its 1980 admission
acceptance to 1984 graduation. All of the struggles, triumphs, and fears
of students and teachers alike are depicted with razor-sharp wit and
memorable tunes. From prejudice, self-worth, and sexuality to literacy,
substance abuse, and identity, issues that comprise adolescent
coming-of-age lay at the heart of this piece as the young artists
navigate the worlds of music, drama, and dance.
An entire new generation has been made privy to the globally known Fame franchise because of this international hit. FAME - THE MUSICAL
is both popular and relevant for over numerous generations of
audiences. It's a must to produce, especially for a large and diverse
mix of talent. Dancing, singing, acting, rapping, and musicianship are
just a few of the fantastic featured art mediums in this thrilling stage
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Kelsey Grammer, who plays Scrooge in the Menken/Ahrens "A Christmas Carol" on NBC in 2004, was in a workshop production of the musical "Sunday in the Park with George" when he read for the guest role of Crane in "Cheers."