p align="left"This page is for the full-length edition of strongDisney's HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL/strong./p Also available:br stronga href="http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000311"Disney's HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL - ONE ACT EDITION/abr/stronga href="http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000341"strongDisney's HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL JR./strong br /abr Disney Channel's smash hit movie musical comes to life on your stage! br br While on their family vacations, high school jock and basketball star Troy and brainy Gabriella - two teens who are worlds apart - meet. During a karaoke contest ("Start of Something New") they discover their love for singing, and an interest in each other. After vacation, Troy discovers that Gabriella is the new girl at East High. Still a bit inspired by their holiday vacation performance, Troy and Gabriella both decide to audition for the school musical. Troy's best friend Chad and Gabriella's new friend Taylor discourage them from carrying out their plans. Troy comes to his senses and immerses himself back into basketball and the championship ("Get'cha Head in the Game"). Taylor does some online research and discovers Gabriella is a scholastic superstar and quickly recruits her for the decathalon competition. Sharpay and Ryan - the ruling school play stars - are also gearing up for yet another starring role in the school musical, and they've made it very clear that everyone else better stay out of their way! Auditions begin and all the hopefuls try out for Ms. Darbus, East High's English and Drama teacher ("What I've Been Looking For"). Not knowing each other's plan, both Troy and Gabriella decide to secretly audition and sneak into
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City Circle Theatre Company Announces Its 2019–2020 Season
February 22, 2019
The 2019-2020 season opens in September with The Christians by Lucas Hnath, a riveting drama about the complicated fallout when personal faith clashes with institutional doctrine. The New York Times describes Hnath as "one of the freshest playwriting voices to emerge in the past five years." The Christians runs September 20-22, 2019.