Just as with the retro version of the Glee, the fame happens to be television and movie series for the kids who are living in the 1980s.
Following the group of the kids looking to act, dance and sing their way to top at New York High School for Performing Arts, they happened to be the riot of leotards and the leg warmers.
Initially staged at Miami in the year 1988 the show was a great success. Conceived by David De Silva who happens to be the films original producer and Diego Pitarch, the particular version sees a youthful and large cast working with some of the really classy dance sequences and some really energetic songs.
The sole issue being that the version originally had a classical song with it. The title track is quite lively and the brilliant readings just stick out just like the sore thumbs amongst the several lesser songs that is associated with it.
However, there are some really nice musical moments such as the Think of the Meryl Streep or the dyslexic Tyrone pounding the Dancin’ at the Sidewalk, but the entire show seems to be like the preview of the Fames final version by Carmen.