High School Musical

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High School Musical is a Disney movie that tells the story of some high school students - Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, Chad, Taylor - as they audition for, and react to their friends auditioning for, their school's Spring musical.

Directed and choreographed by Kenny Ortega
High School Musical...We're all in this together!!


DJ: [after forcing Troy and Gabriella on stage] You know, someday, someday you might thank me for this.

Troy: [after Gabriella makes a three point shot on the first try] Whoa, don't tell me you're good at hoops, too.
Gabriella: You know, I once scored forty-one points in a league championship game.
Troy: No way.
Gabriella: [sarcastic] Mmm-hmm, and on the same day I invented the space shuttle and microwave popcorn.

Chad: Have you ever seen Michael Crawford on a cereal box?
Troy: Who's Michael Crawford?
Chad: Exactly my point! He was the Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Now my mom, she's seen that musical twenty-seven times. And she put Michael Crawford's picture in our refrigerator. Yeah, not on it, in it. So my point is, if you play basketball, you're gonna end up on a cereal box. If you sing in musicals, you're gonna end up in my mom's refrigerator.
Troy: Why would she put his picture in her refrigerator?
Chad: I don't know, one of her crazy diet ideas. Look, I don't attempt to understand the female mind Troy! [Ms. Falstaff peers around the corner] It's foreign territory.

Chad: Yeah, and Zeke? Zeke is baking. Crème brûlée.
Troy: Oh, what's that?
Zeke: Oh, it's a creamy custard-like filling with a carmelized surface. It's really satisfying.
Chad: Shut up, Zeke!

Sharpay: How dare she (Gabriella) sign up? I've already picked out the colors for my dressing room!
Ryan: And, she hasn't even asked our permission to join the drama club.
Sharpay: Someone's got to tell her the rules.
Ryan: Exactly. [beat] And what are the rules?

Mrs. Bolton: Troy, they've got a kid's party downstairs.
Troy: (Whines) Kid's party?
Mrs. Bolton: (Sighs) Young Adult's.

Sharpay: Evaporate, tall person!
Sharpay: I would rather stick pins in my eyes.
Zeke: (confused) But wouldn't that hurt?

Chad: Spider Bill Netrine, Class of '72. He was the MVP in the league championship game.
Zeke: Sam Nedler, Class of '02. Also known as "Sammy Slamma Jamma." Captain, MVP of the league championship team.
Jason: "The Thunder Clap," Hap Hadden, Class of '95. Led the Wildcats to back-to-back city championships. A legend.
Chad: Yes, Legends, one and all. But do you think that these Wildcat legends became legends, by getting involved in musical auditions, just days before the league championships?
Wildcats: Get your head in the game!
Chad: No. These Wildcat legends became legends, because they never took their eye off the prize.
Wildcats: Get your head in the game!
Chad: Now who was the first sophomore ever to make starting varsity?
Wildcats: Troy!
Chad: So who voted him team captain this year?
Wildcats: Us!
Chad: And who is going to get their sorry butts kicked at Friday's championship game, if Troy's worried about an audition?
Wildcats: (disappointed) We are.
Troy: Guys, come on. I mean, there's 12 people on this team, not just me.
Chad: Just 12? Oh, no. I think you're forgetting about one very important 13th member of our squad.
Troy: [he is handed a picture of another former player in his teens] (sighs) My dad.
Chad: Yes, Troy. Wildcat basketball champion, Class of 1981. Champion, father, and now coach. It's a winning tradition like no other.

Ms. Darbus: [She is denying Troy and Gabriella the chance to perform their song, as she called their names twice and they didn't respond. She sees everyone from the basketball game and scholastic decathlon filing into the theater to watch them sing] I... don't know what's going on here, but in any event, it is far too late, and we do not have a pianist.
Ryan: [Smugly] Well, that's show biz.
Troy: We'll sing without a piano.
Kelsi: [Runs back onstage] Oh no you won't. Pianist here, Ms. Darbus.
Sharpay: You really don't want to do that.
Kelsi: [Steps up to Sharpay] Oh yes, I really do. [Runs back to the piano] Ready on stage!
Sharpay: [Shocked] Oh!
Ms. Darbus: [Impressed] Now that's show biz!



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