Chicago International Children's Film Festival, MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS, Live Action Feature (USA), 96 minutes, Ages 12 to 15

Sat Oct 23 2010

5:00 PM

Center on Halsted - Hoover-Leppen Theatre

3656 N. Halsted, 3rd Floor Chicago, IL 60613

All Ages

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Are you a fan of Glee and High School Musical? Then this singing and dancing documentary is for you! Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania might be a sports-crazy town—but high school theatre is just as big. Each year, creative students put on elaborate versions of Broadway musicals, in the hopes of being nominated for the “Freddys,” a televised ceremony that’s the “Super Bowl” of high school theatre. Join three teen troupes as they use teamwork, camaraderie and confidence to present Bye Bye Birdie and Les Miserables in hopes of winning a coveted award and showing everyone what they’ve got!

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Chicago International Children's Film Festival
MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS, Live Action Feature (USA), 96 minutes, Ages 12 to 15

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  • Live Action Feature (USA)

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  • 96 minutes, Ages 12 to 15

    96 minutes, Ages 12 to 15

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Chicago International Children's Film Festival
MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS, Live Action Feature (USA), 96 minutes, Ages 12 to 15

Sat Oct 23 2010 5:00 PM

Center on Halsted - Hoover-Leppen Theatre Chicago IL
Chicago International Children's Film Festival, MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS, Live Action Feature (USA), 96 minutes, Ages 12 to 15
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All Ages

Are you a fan of Glee and High School Musical? Then this singing and dancing documentary is for you! Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania might be a sports-crazy town—but high school theatre is just as big. Each year, creative students put on elaborate versions of Broadway musicals, in the hopes of being nominated for the “Freddys,” a televised ceremony that’s the “Super Bowl” of high school theatre. Join three teen troupes as they use teamwork, camaraderie and confidence to present Bye Bye Birdie and Les Miserables in hopes of winning a coveted award and showing everyone what they’ve got!