It's Act Two of opening night, and the stakes have never been higher. After last-minute cast changes in Act One - and so much left unsaid between Ricky and Nini - there's more drama offstage than on. After months of rehearsals, the theater kids gear up for an unforgettable opening night. But when unexpected audience members show up to shake the cast to its core, will the show "go on" if the Mazzara accidentally spend the holiday together at East High. Keep your little bookworms engaged outside of the classroom with our selection of the very best literary adaptations. See the full list. The students from the school where the High School Musical films were shot stage a musical production based on the franchise. This show was surprising!
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1. Meet the cast of High School Musical: The Series on Disney+
The series is produced by Chorus Boy and Salty Pictures in association with Disney Channel , with Oliver Goldstick serving as showrunner for the first four episodes. He was succeeded by Federle as showrunner for the remainder of the first season. Set at a fictionalized version of East High School , the school at which the original movie was filmed, the series follows a group of teenage theater enthusiasts who participate in a staging of High School Musical: The Musical as their school production. Cyr and Kate Reinders.
The first season was released on November 8, Follows a group of students as they countdown to opening night of their school's first-ever production of "High School Musical. Show-mances blossom; friendships are tested, while new ones are made; rivalries flare; songs are sung; and lives are changed forever as these young people discover the transformative power that only high school theater can provide. On November 9, , it was announced that Disney was developing a television series adaptation of their High School Musical film series created by Peter Barsocchini. The series was expected to premiere on Disney's then-unnamed upcoming streaming service. On May 30, , it was reported that Tim Federle would serve as a writer and executive producer for the series. On September 6, , it was announced that Disney had given the production a series order for a first season consisting of ten episodes. Oliver Goldstick was expected to serve as an additional executive producer and Julie Ashton was set to oversee the casting process. Alongside this announcement, it was also revealed that the show would be of the mockumentary genre and a list of character names and descriptions was released.