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Report: Disney Channel Fast-Tracks Musical Series Madison HighDisney is fast-tracking a musical series tentatively titled Madison High, according to Deadline.com. The show will center on students trying to build their theater program. Featuring all original music, the show will follow the kids (who periodically break into song and dance) as they navigate high school and prepare to put on a production at the end of the school year.
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Zac Efron Wines and Dines for 21st BirthdayWho needs the bar when you can have a dinner party?
That's what Zac Efron opted for as he celebrated his 21st Saturday evening.
High School Musical's finest toasted his new, alcohol-legal year at L.A.'s Pace restaurant with ...