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After a series of Broadway flops, songwriter Bert Hanley (Dixon) goes to work at a musical camp for young performers. Inspired by the kids, he finds an opportunity to regain success by... See more »

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Vlad
Joanna Chilcoat ...
Ellen
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Michael (as Robin De Jesus)
Steven Cutts ...
Shaun
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Spitzer
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Petie
Tiffany Taylor ...
Jenna
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Dee
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Jill
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Fritzi
Don Dixon ...
Bert
Robert Orosco ...
Emil
Stephen DiMenna ...
Glen
Omar Edwards ...
Alston
Camilla Millican Samuelson ...
Hillary
Julie Kleiner ...
Lisa
Dequina Moore ...
Dequina
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Brittany
Tracee Beazer ...
Tracee
Tony Melson ...
Tony
Patrick Cubbedge ...
Patrick
Mario Concepcion ...
Mario
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Ryan (as Ryan FitzGerald)
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Ilana
Luke Stanhope ...
Buddy Miller
Melanna Gray ...
Shaun and Petie's Mom
Eddie Clark ...
Jenna's Father
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Jenna's Mother
Brad Simmons ...
Pianist
Sean Hanley ...
Husband
Jill Ann Goldhand ...
Wife (as Jill Goldhand)
David Perlow ...
Ellen's Brother
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Julie (Vlad's Girlfriend) (as Egle Petraityte)
Bylly Fagen ...
Photographer
Steven Brinberg ...
Barbra
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Himself
Mairi Dorman ...
Camp Bravo Band - Cello
Kenny Brescia ...
Camp Bravo Band - Guitar / Banjo
Jeff Potter ...
Camp Bravo Band - Drums
Daniel Weiss ...
Camp Bravo Band - Organ / Guitar
Tony Conniff ...
Camp Bravo Band - Bass
T.O. Sterett ...
Camp Bravo Band - Piano
Roger K. Wendt ...
Camp Bravo Band - Trombone
Kenny Leeper ...
Camp Bravo Band - Trumpet
Matthew Snyder ...
Camp Bravo Band - Saxophone / Clarinet
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kelli Brisbane ...
PA Announcer (uncredited)
Louis Centanni ...
Jock (uncredited)
Eve Dawes ...
Mother (uncredited)
Victoria Kaplan ...
Camper on bus (uncredited)
Rock Rose ...
Extra (uncredited)
Bobby Shue ...
Talent (uncredited)

Directed by

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Todd Graff

Written by

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Todd Graff ... (written by)

Produced by

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Allen Bain ... co-producer
Holly Becker ... executive producer
Danny DeVito ... producer
Caroline Kaplan ... executive producer
Miriam Kazdin ... associate producer
Richard Klubeck ... executive producer
Pamela Koffler ... producer
Dan Levine ... co-producer (as Daniel S. Levine)
Katie Roumel ... producer
Jonathan Sehring ... executive producer
Michael Shamberg ... producer
Stacey Sher ... producer
Brad Simpson ... associate producer (as Bradford Simpson)
Christine Vachon ... producer
Jonathan Weisgal ... producer
John Wells ... executive producer

Music by

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Stephen Trask

Cinematography by

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Kip Bogdahn

Film Editing by

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Myron Kerstein ... (as Myron I. Kerstein)

Editorial Department

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Kent McGrew ... color timer
David Niles ... color timer
Jane Tolmachyov ... video colorist

Casting By

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Will Cantler
Victoria Pettibone
Bernard Telsey
David Vaccari

Production Design by

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Dina Goldman

Art Direction by

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Richard Burgess

Set Decoration by

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Tora Peterson

Costume Design by

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Dawn Weisberg

Makeup Department

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Davion Edwards ... assistant hair stylist / hair & wig assistant
Jason Hayes ... hair designer / key hair stylist / wig designer
Sherry Heart ... hair stylist
Persefone Karakosta ... makeup artist
Susan Reilly LeHane ... key makeup artist
Tania Ribalow ... assistant makeup artist
Sanna Riley ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Paul Leonardo Jr. ... post-production supervisor
Daniel Wagner ... post-production supervisor / production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jason Graham ... assistant director
Cecily Kaston ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Jill Alexander ... property master
Jack Curran ... art department assistant
Bridget Edwards ... art department coordinator
Brenna Griffin ... lead man
Edmund Levine ... assistant propmaster
Eva Radke ... scenic artist
Adam Roffman ... on-set dresser
Libby Uppington ... art department assistant

Sound Department

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Jamie Baker ... foley recordist / supervising foley editor
Benjamin Cheah ... supervising sound editor
John Marinko ... additional boom operator
Jay Peck ... foley artist
Nicholas Renbeck ... supervising adr editor / supervising dialogue editor
Wyatt Sprague ... sound effects editor
Robert Taz Larrea ... sound

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Wing Kin Stanley Tang ... digital artist (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Cesar Baptista ... grip
Bernard X. Brongniart ... grip
Shaka Brookes ... rigging grip
Laurie Chakel ... electrician
John Coots ... best boy rigging electric
Glenn Fishel ... key grip
Susan Heller ... electrician
Milly Itzhak ... second assistant camera
Alec Jarnagin ... Steadicam operator
Ted LeHane ... best boy: grip
Anna Novick ... grip
Michael P. Prisco Jr. ... electric
Joia Speciale ... unit camera operator
David Troutman ... electrician
Derek Walker ... camera operator

Casting Department

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Jaclyn Brodsky ... casting associate
Adele D'Man ... extras casting
Eric Dienstfrey ... casting intern

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Charlene Gross ... set costumer
Nora Killoran ... wardrobe assistant
Kate Quinlan ... wardrobe supervisor
Moira Shaughnessy ... assistant costume designer
Julia Van Vliet ... costume shopper

Location Management

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Al Valentine ... location manager
John Verni ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Linda Cohen ... music supervisor
Missy Cohen ... music editor
Alison LaCourse ... assistant music editor

Other crew

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Tim Albrecht ... assistant choreographer
Adam Baran ... pre-production office intern
Patricia de Paula ... production coordinator
Amy Dempsey ... production assistant
Charlie Dibe ... production assistant
Erin Dicker ... assistant: Ms. Sher
Amanda Dragon ... assistant: Mr. DeVito
Lindsay Feldman ... office production assistant
Peter Goldberg ... production assistant
Jocelyn Hayes ... director of development
Steven Holtzman ... key production assistant
Cosmo Inserra ... production assistant: first team
Sebastian Ischer ... assistant: Mr. Graff
Brad Katz ... title designer
Myron Kerstein ... title designer (as Myron I. Kerstein)
Christina D. King ... rights and clearances (as Christy King)
Jack McDonnell Long ... production assistant
Michele Lynch ... choreographer
Holly Manansala ... assistant: Mr. Levine
Ken Martin ... assistant: Mr. Graff
Jerry Mitchell ... choreographer
Anthony Pettine ... script supervisor
Charles Pugliese ... assistant: Christine Vachon
Michael K. Reynolds ... chef
Christine Rudakewycz ... tutor: children
Alison Strother ... assistant: Mr. Klubeck
Robert Velo ... assistant: Mr. Shamberg
Meghan K. Wicker ... assistant: Ms. Roumel
Michael Wiggins ... post-production accountant

Thanks

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Lori Swift ... very special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Misfits in their lives back home, a group of young people live it up at musical-theater camp. While the sports counselor is completely ignored, the kids' spend all their time in rehearsal for a grueling schedule that involves a new show every two weeks. Several personal stories come to the fore. Is talented golden-boy Vlad honest in his feelings about Ellen? Can cross-dressing Michael have a relationship with his parents? Will one-hit-wonder musical playwrite and now camp counselor Bert Hanley remain mired in drink and cynicism? Fireworks are in store when Fritzi, who slavishly serves glamour girl Jill, is finally told to get a life, and the parents of Jenna, whose jaw has been wired shut in a compromise to avoid being sent to "fat camp", learn a valuable lesson at the summer's big end-of-season benefit. Written by Martin Lewison

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Taglines A Comedy About Drama See more »
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Also Known As
  • Star Camp (Germany)
  • Anekplirotoi erotes (Greece)
  • Campo de Estrelas (Brazil)
  • Campo de Férias (Portugal)
  • Лагерь (Russia)
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  • 114 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $54,294, 27 Jul 2003

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Trivia When Fritzi reintroduces herself to Jill at the start of the movie and Jill fails to remember her, Fritzi reminds Jill that the previous summer, they had been in the play "'night, Mother" together. The joke is that "'night, Mother" only has two actors in it, and is an extremely intense, wrenching, emotional experience (it is about an adult daughter preparing her elderly mother for the fact that the daughter is going to commit suicide), so there is no way that Jill could have forgotten having already met Fritzi without Jill being incredibly self-absorbed. See more »
Goofs When Fritzi insults the fat girl they are discussing casting of "Promises, Promises", but that had already been settled earlier. The same problem comes up during what appears to be auditions for "Follies", which was also already settled (during the cast sheet montage, we see that the role of Carlotta, who they are singing for, has already been cast). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards (2004). See more »
Soundtracks How Shall I See You Through My Tears See more »
Quotes Bert: I'm gonna call it off.
Glen: I think you'd better.
Fritzi: Wait!
Bert: Fritzi, what in the hell are you doing here?
Fritzi: Well I... I knew you'd be discussing stopping the show and I just thought how disappointed all the kids would be after...
Bert: You scheming little bitch!
Fritzi: Oh please! I'm a child.
Bert: If you think for one...
Fritzi: Oh save the speech, rummy. She's fucked, I'm ready, and the goddamn show must go on. So let's get cracking, shall we?
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