Fame Forever: Talent Springs Eternal

Fame Forever: Talent Springs Eternal

Conceived and Developed by  David De Silva
Music by  Steve Margoshes
Book and Lyrics by  Ben H. Winters

Two Acts, Book Musical, Pop / Rock, Rated PG

The beloved cast of characters is back in the sequel to the pop-culture phenomenon.

FAME FOREVER - TALENT SPRINGS ETERNAL is a mystical musical play for all ages.

How time flies! Its 20 years since the original musical’s characters graduated from New York’s famed LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, now all grown up, with two of their own children attending The Fame School. The 20th Reunion of the Class of ’84 brings them together and the story shows how talent is reborn in the young, who carry the torch, like spiritual DNA, in their ambition for fame. The spirit of Carmen Diaz, still 18, also returns to the school to discover why she never graduated with her class and how life and time have passed her by.

Set between 2004 and 2014, FAME FOREVER, is a very contemporary work that will stand alone to entertain an audience and take them on a wonderful theatrical journey. A journey that shows the connectivity, in time, that we have to each other and the world around us by “connecting” our past with our future.

David De Silva

“Father Fame”

This multi-generational musical is a great choice for community theatre groups and colleges that specialize in theatre training with wonderful roles for teens, young adults and middle-age performers. This musical can also be staged as “Concert Theatre – for Actors, Singers & Dancers” with the whole company on stage and no moving scenery – just lights, costumes and perhaps projections.

Be sure to visit http://www.famenetwork.com for more features, reviews, audio and video clips - as well as to contact "Father Fame," David De Silva.

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Between 1967 and 1973, three different musical stage versions of Gone with the Wind were performed in Japan, the latter of which was the most popular and ran six hours.

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