LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Celebrity Attractions announced that a new touring stage version of the Disney’s HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL will make its Arkansas debut at Robinson Center Music Hall on December 5-9, 2007.
“Presented by Disney Theatrical Productions, the division responsible for such smash Broadway hits as The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Mary Poppins, Disney’s HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL is based on the 2006 Emmy Award-winning Disney Channel Original Movie,” said Kirstin Swindler marketing director of Celebrity Attractions in Little Rock.
Disney’s HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL premiered on The Disney Channel on January 20th, 2006, and became the highest rated original movie up until that time. It won the Television Critics Association Award for Outstanding Children’s Programming, and received two Emmy Awards (of its total 6 nominations), a DGA Award, an Imagen Award for Best Children’s Program, and a Humanitas Prize nomination. The soundtrack received a Billboard Music Award for Soundtrack of the Year, and was nominated for an American Music Award in the Favorite Album (Pop/Rock) category. The film even earned an entry in the Guinness World Record Book as the first TV movie to deliver nine concurrent singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
“Because, this is such a rare opportunity, ¡Hola! Arkansas wants its readers to be among the first to see HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL on stage,” said Maura Lozano-Yancy, publisher of ¡Hola! Arkansas. “We have arranged a very special price - - buy one ticket and get the second ticket free on the Wednesday and Thursday’s performances. Must mention code: HolaHSM to get this amazing discount! This is an outstanding opportunity for the Arkansas children and young people to enjoy a musical play of this quality right
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