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Confessions of a Future Star

SHOW: I saw 'Fame' when I was merely 8, and barely had a clue what was going on. Over the years I have learned so much from it. The storyline is real and the dancing is phenomenol. SOUNDTRACK: I love these songs. There are love songs, upbeat songs, raps, and ballads. I feel every emotion that is put into it and I am amazing how these performers can be such fabulous triple threats. CAST: The casting was wonderful because there were rappers that did ballet, violinists that sang, and many more odd combinations. As I stared at the stage, I was put into a world of craziness and energy. And just from about 40 people. I also took dance lessons with the cast. BEST SONG(S): "There She Goes!/Fame", "In L.A.", "Bring on Tomorrow (reprise)"

Fame! is one of my favorites.

The thing that separates Fame! from other musicals, is that it has a song in every genre. It's a great collection of 90's style music. I've starred in Fame! as Schlomo Metzenbaum, and it was one of the greatest experiences of my life. If you like music, you'll like Fame!


I LOVE THIS MUSICAL! GET THE MUSIC!!! I love "Let's Play a Love Scene" and "Bring on tomorrow." O yeah and "I Want to Make Magic." GREAT SONGS! IF YOU LIKE MUSIC, OR ARE JUST PLAIN OK IN THE HEAD, THEN YOU WILL LOVE FAME!!!!

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