Matt has a terrific personality, and a great sense of comedy and fun. The Jocks, Brainiacs, Thespians and Skater Dudes all find their cliques. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. The boys start chasing each other with the basketball, until Troy's dad shouts for them to get back on the stage. They suddenly stop on stage, and Taylor quickly snaps a photo for the yearbook while Miss Darbus states that while the stage is a wonderful place to discover oneself, at East High it is best to do so clothed. At East High, things have gone rather badly downhill.
There, Gabriella and Troy are encouraged to audition for the new school musical, rivaling the talented siblings Sharpay and Ryan. Jimmie proudly announces that he's wearing a special cologne, Babe Magnet, that makes Sharpay sneeze violently. After proving that she knows Sharpay's schedule and preferences already, Sharpay accepts Tiara, remarking that she likes Tiara's British accent. Plus, the postcards inside will help kids keep in touch with all the friends they made on summer break! The main group still are uninterested, until Troy declares that he's in. The girl explains that she is Tiara Gold Jemma McKenzie-Brown and she is applying to be Sharpay's personal assistant. Chad stops, and asks seriously whether Berkeley will play basketball against Albuquerque, and Troy grins.
The scene changes to a graduation ceremony on a football field, where Troy is addressing the entire group, saying how one person can change everything, and how East High has encouraged them all to shake off the status quo. They cause an upheaval when they decide to audition for the high school musical that is being led by Ms. The next scene is in the yearbook office, and Gabriella shows her acceptance letter to Stanford's program to Taylor. In the next scene, Troy and Chad come into the Bolton kitchen, and Troy shows his mother the suit he collected from the rental place for the prom in two days. They can decorate their walls and lockers with their favorite scenes from High School Musical 2—Troy practicing his golf swing, Chad playing softball, Sharpay singing her heart out, and much more! Target Audience Group Juvenile Audience Grade From Third Grade Grade To Seventh Grade Age Range 8 - 12. Gabriella starts to express reluctance to leave high school any sooner than she has to, when she gets a call from Troy. At one point, Troy is a crazed fan, lurking at the edge of a film premiere with a heart tattooed on his arm and a rose for Sharpay, in this dream sequence.
Kenny Ortega returned as both director and choreographer, and all six primary actors from the previous two films reprised their roles. Disney's High School Musical is fun for the whole family. The following day, Sharpay arrives in standard style at East High, separating students with a wave of her hand as her tasseled high heeled boots click clack down the hall. Miss Darbus looks at the sheet, and says that it seems everyone has signed up, and she'll look forward to seeing all of them during free period, as well as being able to make a special announcement at that time. We think these talented performers will bring lots of humor, new twists, and musical fun to the film. Its large cast size and upbeat numbers make it the ideal show for middle and high school productions or the highlight of any community theatre's season! Miss Darbus starts to announce where Chad will be, only to see that young Danforth has fled the stage.
Teh original writer from the first two films, Peter Barsocchini, wrote the script for the third part in the High School Musical series, as were original producers of the first two movies and Ortega. As she does, Ryan follows, and both see Troy and Gabriella rush in. Troy hollers for quiet, and Chad stands on a table opposite Taylor, Gabriella, Kelsi and Martha, before pleading for Taylor to be his date to the dance. Miss Darbus also shares her big news: four students in that group are being considered for one scholarship at the pre-eminent Julliard School of the Performing Arts in New York: Sharpay, Ryan, Kelsi, and Troy. Jimmie pops up to show Troy the photo he took of Troy's room, but Troy dodges everyone to take Gabriella Vanessa Hudgens up to his tree house.
That scene turns back into a stage, with Chad, Sharpay, Troy, Gabriella, Ryan and Taylor coming forward to take bows to the audience at the musical. I am confident that the three new actors joining our original cast will help to bring great musical thrills, surprises and a lot of fun to Senior Year and the halls of East High. The couple cause an upheaval when they decide to audition for the high school musical. . The English girl says she took the job as Sharpay's assistant so she could learn the ropes of East High, and says that her humility and sweetness were all an act.
Miss Darbus says that it's better to look at opportunities now instead of ten years later, and says the last one to leave should turn out the lights. The latter is more expensive, so I assume the quality of sound is better. She has to sing it three times, with long pauses between, before Jimmie finally jumps onto the stage wearing an odd collection of things from the drama wardrobe, and her number turns into her backing away from Jimmie until his cologne overwhelms her again, and she runs offstage. Miss Darbus then announces where they will be going, including the revelations that Kelsi and Ryan have both been offered Julliard scholarships, and that Sharpay will be studying at the University of Albuquerque while also helping teach in the drama department at East High next year, which sends Tiara off in a huff. The credits run over a yearbook style collection of photos and signatures, showing the main characters against their pictures from all three films at various times before showing a collection of outtakes.
Pre-production began in January 2008, and filming began in April 2008. She indicates that things are about to change, and leaves with Tiara in her wake. She finally says that she's had a lot more practice at saying goodbye than Troy has, which confuses him, as he expects her to return for the prom and graduation ceremonies. Thank you in advance for your patience and help. Gabriella finds some old toys that Troy left in the tree house, but the pair finally leave when Troy's mom threatens to come up to bring them down. Kelsi and Ryan make a particularly spectacular entrance during this song, and Chad's tuxedo has his surname Danforth and the number 8 on the back. As they overcome their fear of trying out for the play, they have the whole school challenge the status quo.