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Starring as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts,
Debbie Allen as Lydia Grant
Lee Curreri as Bruno Martelli Cynthia Gibb as Holly Laird Erica Gimpel as Coco Albert Hague as Shorofsky Billy Hufsey as Christopher Donlan Carlo Imperato as Danny Amatullo Carol Mayo Jenkins as Elizabeth Sherwood
Valerie Landsburg as Doris Ken Swoffbrd as Quentin Morloch Claudia Wells as Marya Bronwyn Thomas as Michelle Fetch Kaufman as Waiter
It is mid-term in the School of Arts and interviews are on to find new pupils. Danny is attracted to one candidate, but gets a slap in the face. Meanwhile in rehearsals, Holly and Christopher are spending quite some time practising their stage kisses.


Unknown: Debbie Allen
Unknown: Lydia Grant
Unknown: Lee Curreri
Unknown: Bruno Martelli
Unknown: Cynthia Gibb
Unknown: Holly Laird
Unknown: Erica Gimpel
Unknown: Coco Albert Hague
Unknown: Shorofsky Billy Hufsey
Unknown: Christopher Donlan
Unknown: Carlo Imperato
Unknown: Danny Amatullo
Unknown: Carol Mayo Jenkins
Unknown: Elizabeth Sherwood
Unknown: Valerie Landsburg
Unknown: Doris Ken Swoffbrd
Unknown: Quentin Morloch
Unknown: Claudia Wells
Unknown: Marya Bronwyn Thomas
Unknown: Michelle Fetch Kaufman
Written By: Ali Matheson
Written By: Kerry Ehrin
Director: William Claxton

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