A director is casting dancers for a large production. Large numbers of hopefulls audition, hoping to be selected. Throughout the day, more and more people are eliminated, and the competition gets harder. Eventually, approximately a dozen dancers must compete for a few spots, each hoping to impress the director with their dancing skill. But, is this really what the director is looking for?Written by
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The song "Dance 10, Looks 3" was originally called "Tits and Ass", but it was changed so that the audience would not see that title listed in their programs. The logic was that if it were a surprise during the show, it would get a better audience reaction. See more »
During the auditions, many of the dancers that were cut are shown again later on in the auditions before the cut resulting in only the main characters. A key example is the boy with the red-striped shirt and red head band who mutters, "I've never been cut this soon" as he leaves the stage; he is clearly seen a few minutes later behind Diana just before she goes over to talk to Paul. See more »
If anyone has seen the stage version they know this the worst rendition of a Broadway show ever done. They changed songs (example Richie's Give Me the Ball leading to S**t Richie)cut some and took out some of the best dialog lines in the show and worst of all Cassie sings What I Did for Love for her love of Zach when Diana is supposed to sing it for the love of dancing. They only good thing about this movie is the dancing. Other than it's horrible. The actors are the worst actors and singers ever chosen for a movie. They were only chosen for their ability to dance so I guess if you have no care for the Broadway stage it doesn't matter. And honestly besides Michael Douglas,who are these people?
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