Murillo also choreographed "Dance with Me". In July , the Edward A.
Zac Efron was the only original cast member absent from the tour due to his previous engagement to the filming of the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Hairspray.
Instead, Drew SeeleyEfron's singing voice in the first film and co-writer of " Get'cha Head in Opcje zapasow podazowych ciagnikow Game ", joined the tour in Efron's place. Jordan Pruitt joined the tour as the opening act.
Kenny Ortegathe movie's director and choreographer, became the show's touring producer, creative director and director. On the night of the last concert, as seen on YouTubethe cast introduced him before singing one last chorus of "We're All in This Together". The concert typically ran two and a half hours minutes including the opening act and intermission.
Each of the singers had two microphones during the performances: a headset microphone with a flesh-colored pad on the tip, and a hand-held microphone. Erin Lareau designed the costumes for the concert tour.
Murillo also choreographed "Dance with Me". On June 9,Canal 13 showed the concert performed in SantiagoChile, airing all the solo performances. For example, when Lucas thanks the cast and crew at the end of "We're All in This Together", he says: "Houston, you have been awesome" and thanks the band on the CD version, while the DVD version skips straight into thanking the cast and dancers.
The same incident occurred with Lucas introducing the cast at the beginning of the show.