Disney's High School Musical 2 - One Act Edition


Disney's High School Musical 2 - One Act Edition


Songs by  Matthew Gerrard and David N. Lawrence and Faye Greenberg
Snogs by  Robbie Nevil
Songs by  Randy Petersen and Kevin Quinn and Jamie Houston and Andy Dodd and Adam Watts and Bryan Louiselle
Music Adapted, Arranged, and Produced by  Bryan Louiselle
Book by  David Simpatico
Based on the Disney Channel Original Movie written by   Peter Barsocchini


1 Act, Book Musical, Rated G
One Act Edition

The summertime sequel to the smash hit Disney Channel musical is simply "fabulous". (One Act Version)


We're all in this together…again! The wildly successful Disney's High School Musical team is back with another adventure for everyone's favorite Wildcats. Disney's High School Musical 2 debuted on the Disney Channel to a record-breaking audience of 17.3 million viewers. The stage version debuted at Atlanta's Theatre of the Stars and has subsequently been released for licensed productions at hundreds of eager venues worldwide.

On the last day of junior year the East High gang can't wait to get the summer started - they're ready for summer jobs, money for college and to have fun. To that end, Troy gets them all jobs at Lava Springs Country Club - which happens to be owned by popular girl Sharpay's father! While Sharpay schemes to steal Troy's heart from Gabriella, her brother Ryan hopes to win the Star Dazzle Award. Everything comes to a head at the talent show where the group has to remember their motto - all for one, and one for all.

Disney's High School Musical 2 features rockin' songs, action-packed dance numbers, and ample opportunities to highlight a strong ensemble. This One Act Edition is ideal for competitions or for theatres looking to perform for school groups.

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The part of Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, was originally written for Phil Silvers. Both he and Milton Berle turned down the role, leaving Zero Mostel, to create one of the most legendary characters in musical comedy.

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