A group of 12 teenagers from various backgrounds enroll at the American Ballet Academy in New York to make it as ballet dancers and each one deals with the problems and stress of training and getting ahead in the world of dance.
When a hip hop violinist busking in the New York subway encounters a classical dancer on scholarship at the Manhattan Conservatory of the Arts, sparks fly. With the help of a hip hop dance ... See full summary »
The education of three young students, Jodie, Eva and Maureen, as they study at the American Ballet Academy. Life isn't what they expected at the esteemed ABA, and all three face problems along the road. Jodie doesn't have the "ideal" body for dancing, Eva doesn't have the right attitude, and Maureen doesn't have the heart. Along the way, they learn that love can be found in unlikely places, and dancing should be a passion, not a duty.Written by
Jonathan's Ballet is performed by the corps of the New York City Ballet. See more »
Before the final dance Cooper choreographed is performed at the showcase, Cooper finds Jody and speaks to her on the stairs. Jody has her hair and makeup done (ie. red lipstick) as if she's going onstage for the final scene with the red leotard, but that isn't how the performance begins and so she wouldn't have prepared for that scene first. See more »
[In pas de deux class]
I am your slave.
I'd believe it more if you weren't staring at your fucking reflection when you said it.
If someone wants to hear profanity, Miss Rodriguez, they can take a subway. They don't need to spend sixty dollars on a ballet ticket.
Though she has a point.
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Center Stage was a fun dance movie that is very entertaining and enjoyable, it isn't one of those boring dance movies that start out slow and end slow. Center Stage is a fast moving and fun movie to watch. I give center stage a 10 out of 10!! :)
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