Sharpay Evans travels to New York where she is pursuing a Broadway career but it's her dog who lands an acting gig first.
Did You Know?
He reprises his High School Musical role of Ryan Evans (Sharpay's brother), in a scene added to the end of the film for the Disney Channel broadcast a month after the home video release. The scene is not featured on any DVD or Blu-ray release of the movie, not even as a bonus feature. See more
After Boi and Countess run off, Roger and Sharpay are seen scouring the theater looking for them. They finally end up going out a fire exit into the alley. During different shots of the ensuing dialog, the fire exit door behind them appears as open then closed. See more
I mean did I really think I was just going to come to Broadway and be a star?
Yes, cause that's exactly how you think, it's perfect.
Perfect is so hard, and it doesn't prepare you for disappointment.
References Cats Don't Dance
My Boi and Me
Written by Matthew Tishler
and Amy Powers
Produced by Matthew Tishler
Performed by Ashley Tisdale See more