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Kommen Sie mit an die Rydell High und werden Sie Teil der übermütigen, aufmüpfigen Gang in Grease: Live, einer Fernseh-Adaption des berühmten. Kommen Sie mit an die Rydell High und werden Sie Teil der übermütigen, aufmüpfigen Gang in GREASE: LIVE, einer Fernseh-Adaption des berühmten. Originally broadcast live on network television, this catchy musical follows the up-and-down high school romance of good girl Sandy and greaser Danny. DVD Grease Live! - Original US TV Cast (RC 1) --> Musical, Playback, Playbacks, DVD, Karaoke, CD, Shop, Noten, tickets, Musicalkarten, Beschreibung. Grease: Live! ein Film von Thomas Kail mit Julianne Hough, Vanessa Hudgens. Inhaltsangabe: Nach einem leidenschaftlichen Urlaubs-Romanze stehen sich.
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Student uncredited Marc Hawes Student uncredited Paige Herschell Student uncredited Dylan Hobbs Student uncredited Joe Jonas Johnny Casino uncredited Nicole Knudsen Female Student uncredited Christina Linehan Student uncredited Samuel Marcus Student uncredited George Todd McLachlan Student uncredited Robert Michael Scorpion uncredited Paul Nygro Student uncredited Jenna Osterlund Student uncredited Maxwell Peters Ensemble uncredited Ryan Powers Scorpion uncredited Lauren Quirk Teacher uncredited Kyle Rezzarday Student uncredited Noelle Rickel Student uncredited Anthony Rogers Student uncredited Chad Sano Student uncredited Bellamy Saville Ensemble uncredited Scarlet Sheppard Student uncredited Elli Sherrer Female Student uncredited Justin Sorvillo Scorpion uncredited Matt Stoner Student uncredited Melissa Strauss Teacher uncredited Stephanie Strehlow Student uncredited Knox Summerour Student uncredited Chloe Ray Warmoth Student uncredited Skyler Wright A British student at a s American high school must prove himself to the leader of a girls' gang whose members can only date greasers.
When they unexpectedly discover they're now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance?
Pleasantly plump teenager Tracy Turnblad teaches Baltimore a thing or two about integration after landing a spot on a local TV dance show.
City teenager Ren MacCormack moves to a small town where rock music and dancing have been banned, and his rebellious spirit shakes up the populace.
Nearly four decades after Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson's delicious youthful romance in legendary Grease , Grease Live breathes new life into everyone's favourite teenage love affair; however, with a twist: the addition of a live audience.
Once more, against the colourful backdrop of the iconic lates Rydell High, the riotous gang of greasers, the T-Birds, and Betty Rizzo's delightfully sassy posse, the Pink Ladies, battle for attention, thirsting to become the coolest teams in school.
Undoubtedly, this is going to be yet another year filled with passion, innocence, dance, affection, and teen energy, as the students set their mind on excelling in the much-awaited live dance contest.
Written by Nick Riganas. Overall, Grease: Live! They acted well and sang even better, which is all I can ask for in a musical like this.
The staging was well done and, all in all, I really enjoyed the show. My gripes are few and far between, but there were a few blips on the radar.
The sound went out shortly and the sound issues carried over into another song number, but that didn't bother me terribly.
I really only had an issue with one section of the show. The section with Frenchy in the Frosty Palace. Frenchy, played by Carly Rae Jepsen, was alright.
I wasn't blown away by her performance, but I hadn't really noticed it either by this point. Then she sang a song I read was written for her just for this production The song, "All I Need is an Angel" completely conflicted with the period of the other songs and of the show.
It sounded like a teenager wrote it that morning and they threw it in. A pop song thrown into a musical set in and every bit as unfitting as it sounds.
The song was so repetitive and dull that Idon't think there was much to it apart from the chorus. Their rendition, again, didn't fit the period the show was written for.
You're telling me you couldn't get Johnny Mathis or someone else still living from the era? You couldn't even get someone who could at least sound like it?
Boys II Men could have done a better job trying a Platters style rendition at the very least! I suppose you could tell me Boys II Men is a bigger draw than some nostalgic singer from the era, or close to it, but to that I'd ask you, how many viewers tuned in for Boys II Men?
How many? I'd like to know. Because I'm guessing nobody. I didn't know who they were. I had no idea. I'm Who was the intended audience?
I don't understand it. Then we come to my real sore point of the evening, the hypocrisy of the censoring. I couldn't help but notice that, every time they returned from commercial break, the little rating box would appear in the corner of my screen.
It claimed the show was "TV 14", which, in of itself, is a bit of a surprise, but it begs the question, what does "TV 14" really mean?
What's appropriate for 14 year olds to watch? Apparently, the show couldn't quite make up its mind The words of "Greased Lightnin'" were too vulgar for the show, so they were changed.
On the surface of it, I don't mind. I've heard these lyrics changed before. Several wholesome lines remained like, "Where ya going'?
To flog your log? There were a slough of others, I just can't think of them at the moment. Don't get me wrong. Innuendo is fine.
It's funny, particularly in Grease, as it is so well done. My problem is the absurd notion that cleaning up "Greased Lightin'" suddenly makes the show "family friendly".
I fail to see the difference between the lines above and "Chick'll cream" and "She's a real pussy wagon" differ in their vulgarity.
If somebody understands it better than I, please let me know. I'd like to understand. I suppose you could argue that, when the soundtrack is released, kids will sing a clean version of this song and that's all well and good, but a number of them will have seen the rest of the show Vanessa Hudgens was judged to have "stolen" the show, and that Aaron Tveit and Julianne Hough "couldn't be better matched as the head of the T Birds and the sweet new girl from Utah.
That, and the audience that played its essential part in moving Grease Live along with enthusiastic applause replacing the dead air that followed key moments in the earlier live broadcasts, set a new standard for this kind of presentation that will be tough to top.
Variety ' s Maureen Ryan felt that the performance of Hough and Tveit was weak, explaining that "when Danny has all the presence of a glass of milk and even the black-clad Sandy of the final scenes exudes all the sexual danger of a church choir director, well, rest assured that those concerned about the Grease legacies of Travolta and Olivia Newton-John have nothing to worry about.
While he praised performances by the supporting cast, he lamented "the progressive dumbing-down of the material.
A Broadway musical that originally spoofed our rose-tinted-glasses view of the '50s has turned into a nostalgic wallow, leaving the show with an odd mix of tones — and in this particular version, a book that sometimes seemed to get lost between songs and inside jokes.
Nevertheless, he felt that the production "sprang to life at the end. Grease: Live was seen by The special brought Fox its best ratings of the —16 television season since the second season premiere of Empire in September , which was seen by Over 1.
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