High School Musical 3: Right Here! Right Now! | Disney World

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

High School Musical 3: Right Here! Right Now!

“High School Musical 3: Right Here! Right Now!” was a live stage show based on the popular Disney Channel Original Movie “High School Musical 3: Senior Year.” The show was performed at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.

Similar to its predecessor, “High School Musical 2: School’s Out,” this stage production brought the characters and music from “High School Musical 3: Senior Year” to life in a live theatrical setting. The show featured talented performers who portrayed characters such as Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, and the rest of the East High Wildcats.

“High School Musical 3: Right Here! Right Now!” typically took place in a specially designed theater within Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The show included high-energy dance routines, vibrant costumes, and impressive sets that recreated iconic scenes and locations from the movie.

Throughout the performance, guests were invited to sing along and dance to popular songs from “High School Musical 3,” including “Now or Never,” “A Night to Remember,” “I Want It All,” and “High School Musical.” The show captured the themes of friendship, dreams, and the bittersweet moments of senior year, making it a memorable and entertaining experience for audiences of all ages.

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