Excessive College Musical: The Musical: The Sequence: The Vacation Particular is simply across the nook — and a primary trailer provides us a sneak peek of all of the glitzy vacation musical numbers.
Excessive College Musical: The Musical: The Sequence is a Disney Plus unique that premiered final 12 months with the platform. It follows a bunch of highschool college students within the “actual life” model of East Excessive, who placed on a stage manufacturing of Disney Channel Authentic Film Excessive College Musical. The vacation particular isn’t concerning the characters concerned, however the actors, mixing new musical numbers with a backstage have a look at the forged.
The second season of Excessive College Musical: The Musical: The Sequence will see the characters placing on a manufacturing of Magnificence and the Beast. Does that warrant a full title change? That’s to be decided when the season ultimately debuts on Disney Plus.
Until then, the Vacation Particular should do. It premieres on Dec. 11. In the meantime, Excessive College Musical: The Musical: The Sequence: The Vacation Particular: The Soundtrack might be obtainable on Nov. 20. Right here’s the complete monitor checklist.
- “This Christmas (Hold All The Mistletoe)” – carried out by Sofia Wylie
- “The Excellent Present” – written and carried out by Joshua Bassett
- “Feliz Navidad” – carried out by Frankie Rodriguez and Joe Serafini
- “The Hanukkah Medley” – carried out by Julia Lester
- “Final Christmas” – carried out by Matt Cornett
- “White Christmas” – carried out by Larry Saperstein
- “Little Saint Nick” – carried out by Joshua Bassett and Matt Cornett
- “Imagine” – carried out by Dara Reneé
- “What Are You Doing New Yr’s Eve” – carried out by Kate Reinders and Mark St. Cyr
- “River” – carried out by Olivia Rodrigo
- “One thing In The Air” – carried out by the season two forged of “Excessive College Musical: The Musical: The Sequence”
- “That’s Christmas To Me” – carried out by Frankie Rodriguez, Kate Reinders, Julia Lester and Joe Serafini
- “Christmas (Child Please Come Residence)” – carried out by Dara Reneé