By Sharon Aron Baron
The Rising Starz performers return to Roundabout Theater Company’s Studio 54 in New York City, making their debut in “Live the Dream.”
According to producer and Coral Springs resident Vanessa Valentin, the show is about hope, inspiration, turning dreams into reality, and showcasing diverse musical styles and influences.
A private event, Rising Starz Academy has booked the famous theater for Sunday, July 31 at 1:30 p.m.
Originally built as the Gallo Opera House in 1927, it was converted into the New York Theater in 1930. CBS bought the space in 1942 and made it home to TV shows like “The Johnny Carson Show”.
In 1977, CBS sold the space to Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager, who turned the space into the legendary disco-era nightclub, Studio 54. Today, Studio 54 is the permanent home of the Roundabout Theater Company.
The performers are Ava Aleman, Lily Bradford, Melody Buzzi, Alexandria D’Aleo, Vale Diaz, Emma Ferguson, Sophia Gomez, Sophia Hai, Sophia Kreimerman, Nandu Kuttiyil, Solomon Liria, Yori Marsh, Christopher Moody, Abigail Murillo, Chloe Oppenheimer, Gianna Pieiga, Julia Poms, Antonia Rincon, Daniel Smith, Mia Spector, Beatrice Taveras and Vicente Tome.
Located in Davie, Rising Starz includes students who live and attend schools in Coral Springs and Parkland.
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