The show focuses on the professors and the students at a prestigious art school in Spain. They want to be successful singers, dancers and actors but they learn as they go along that the path to fame is not an easy one.
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The show focuses on the professors and the students at "Escuela de Artes Escénicas Carmen Arranz", one of the most prestigious art schools in Spain. They want to be successful singers, dancers and actors but they learn as they go along that the path to fame is not an easy one. Written by
I enjoyed this series which provided much entertainment. With a cast as huge as this show has, it is fair to give kudos to the director for doing a pretty good job with the production. The dancing was very good and so was the singing. Excellent acting from Sylvia Marty (Ingrid) and Lola Herrera (Carmen), whereas good-looker Miguel Angel Munoz as the cocky dancer added sexiness that was much appreciated! The rest of the cast, especially the dancers made it all good to watch. Mind you, the storyline is quite catchy so the viewer is not left with just watching the entertainment, but also the lives of the characters within. The series is in Spanish, so if you do not speak it, make sure you get the English subtitles to go with it. All in all, very nicely put together with hardly any boredom to complain about!
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