Jason Gotay. Gregory Haney. La Cienega. Neil Haskell. Janet Krupin. Elle McLemore. Ryann Redmond. Kate Rockwell. Nicolas Womack.
Bring On Tomorrow (reprise)
Calli Alden. Burger Pagoda Girl. Antwan Bethea. Dexter Carr. Michael Naone-Carter. Courtney Corbeille. Brooklyn Alexis Freitag. Shonica Gooden. Haley Hannah.
- Die Apokriewe Boeke (Feite of vroom fantasieë?) (Afrikaans Edition).
- Friend or Foe? (Choices).
- The Way to Pentecost.
- The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd.
Joshua Henry. Recorded voice only.
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Website Made by iWeb. Production of professional backing tracks Sheet music transpositions and transcriptions London Arrangements offers most tracks in any key. London Arrangements - Professional Backing Tracks. Help Your Account Register. Later, Bridget consoles a discouraged Campbell and takes her to the Burger Pagoda where Danielle works. Campbell tries to make amends, but Danielle is unmoved and is still furious with Campbell, despite her attempts to explain. As she's leaving the Pagoda, Campbell confronts a pair of entitled rich girls harassing Danielle.
Impressed and amused by Campbell's fire, Danielle reconsiders and offers Campbell a one-time chance to dance with the crew, dressed in an old leprechaun mascot suit "Friday Night, Jackson". After a shaky start, Campbell kills it as the leprechaun — and catches the eye of Randall, the smooth school D. An impressed Danielle gives Campbell an official spot on the Jackson crew.
Later that night, Skylar and Kylar share shocking news, a slip-up in Skylar's grades means she can't be captain, and Kylar has contracted mono. By the rules of succession, Eva is now captain. Campbell grows suspicious "Something Isn't Right Here" — and a visit to Eva's house seems to confirm her suspicions. Eva has taken on Campbell's appearance, and Campbell discovers Steven 'studying' there as well. Unconvinced by their explanations, Campbell breaks up with Steven and feverishly goes to Skylar and Kylar, who accuse her of paranoia and jealousy. Assessing the situation with Bridget, Campbell learns that Eva's mother is on the school board that decided on the redistricting.
Outraged and certain of a conspiracy, Campbell decides to get back at Eva by assembling a squad at Jackson and crushing her at Nationals "Bring it On". Campbell approaches a reluctant Danielle about creating a cheerleading squad at Jackson.
When Campbell lies and says that a Nationals win includes college scholarships for each winning member and a chance to be on live television, Danielle agrees to join her and assemble a squad "It's All Happening". Weeks later at the Regional Competition, Truman watches Jackson perform. Though Jackson wins enough points for a Nationals slot, they take second to Truman. Back at school, Twig asks Bridget on a date and Bridget shyly declines. This calls for an intervention from Nautica and La Cienega, who argue that it's no big deal when it comes to her insecurities "It Ain't No Thing".
Her self-esteem boosted, Bridget chases after Twig.
Randall asks Campbell on a picnic date on the cliffs above their town. She happily accepts, but moments later runs into a furious Jackson crew. Danielle has discovered that Campbell lied about the college scholarships as a Nationals prize and breaks up the squad. Upset and disgusted with herself, Campbell shows up for the date with Randall.
Fame Musical - Bring On Tomorrow (Reprise) Lyrics (Video)
After some pointed and playful ribbing, he encourages her to enjoy her high school years and stop worrying so much about her past mistakes "Enjoy The Trip". Meanwhile, Skylar, Kylar, and Eva discuss the dissolution of the Jackson cheerleading team, and Eva privately celebrates being made captain and the diabolical means she used to make it happen, revealing to the audience that she had orchestrated the entire change of leadership — blackmailing her mother into transferring Campbell, hacking into the school system to give Skylar a failing grade, and intentionally infecting Kylar with mono — confirming that Campbell was right about her suspicions "Killer Instinct".
At Jackson, Bridget sports a hickey courtesy of her new boyfriend Twig. Campbell pulls Danielle aside and offers a profuse, pained apology. Danielle is still hurt by the lie, but acknowledges the joy their work brought her. Campbell explains that the experience changed her to the point where she no longer felt any ambition to go to Nationals — their friendship should have always been the most important thing. Despite her conflicting feelings, Danielle confesses that she misses Campbell and her friendship as well and decides to continue working together, meaning Nationals is back on "We're Not Done".
At Nationals, Truman performs their routine exceptionally "Legendary". As the squad recovers, Eva runs into Campbell — Jackson is on deck to perform. Now on the mat, Jackson offers an exuberant, mind-blowing routine that breaks many of the fundamental rules of cheerleading, but inspires wild applause from the arena "Cross The Line".
The dream of victory, though, is quickly dashed. Multiple profiles of the cast appeared when the show debuted on Broadway. After the Atlanta engagement, the musical embarked on a national tour, starting at the Ahmanson Theatre , Los Angeles in November The cast of the show took part in a celebration to kick off the start of the national tour, featuring performances from the show as well as cheer and dance squads from across the country taking part in a competition. The touring stage production premiered on Broadway at the St.
James Theatre on July 12, , in previews and officially opened on August 1, , for a limited engagement to October 7, The production extended its run on Broadway  until December 30, , closing after 21 previews and performances. The tour featured Nadia Vynnytsky and Zuri Washington.