The stories of the students and faculty of the New York City High School for the Performing Arts.

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The Art School was always their dream. They want to dance, they want to sing, to play music, to act but above all they want to live their lives while they are still young and full of energy. Leroy, Danny, Jesse, Chris, Coco and all the others try hard because they know that they've got a long way to go till they reach fame and riches. Fame costs and here (the Art School) is where they start paying for it. Written by Xenophon Tsakanikas <ftpadmin@antigoni.med.auth.gr>

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7 January 1982 (USA)  »

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Lee Curreri was in fact a nascent songwriter at the time he was cast as Bruno, it's part of why Alan Parker cast him in the first place. Part of why he quit is because producers were altering his music, and not featuring enough of it. See more »

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Thrilling, Exiting, Romantic, Absolutely Brilliant!
26 November 2001 | by (Nicosia, Cyprus) – See all my reviews

This is a TV series that raised the dreams and hopes of a whole generation. Everything was so well arranged, and the story was well written that you just had to watch the next episode. The soundtrack included excellent songs performed by the cast and on occasions the series hosted famous guest stars. Maybe the actors were not Brando Dean and Monroe but they all gave that little bit of pure artistic glamour. The show was really taken Europe by storm and for a long time it was a must to know what was going on. Something like the '90201' of the nineties. The School of Arts in New York was set to make stars and stars it made. The '80s would have never been complete without this. If you do have a chance to see the early years of the show don't miss it. 10/10


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