They go together: The cast of Fox's 'Grease: Live,' an adaptation of the stage musical and 1978 film, poses around a car. Expect some of that action, staged in a new way.) Danny, king of the T-Birds, is played by young Broadway vet Aaron Tveit (center). An hour later, Danny Zuko is back.“Actors and dancers actually share (bounce-back traits) with athletes,” says director Thomas Kail, fresh off directing the Broadway smash .
Stockard Channing played Rizzo, leader of the Pink Ladies -- seen her in a moment of wicked glee -- in the 1978 film 'Grease.' Rosie O'Donnell and Brooke Shields would later play the part on Broadway, in a 1994 revival.) An adaptation of the film and original stage version airs Jan. Stage star Laura Osnes, left, won her breakthrough role -- Sandy in a 2007 Broadway revival of 'Grease' -- on the reality TV competition 'Grease: You're The One That I Want! “The hardest part I think we’re all having right now is the fact that the floor is so slippery,” says Julianne Hough, who will play Sandy. The show is “literally a combination of every single thing that I love to do," says the Kail says each cast member was chosen for their background performing both live and in front of the camera.“Luckily I just did Broadway last year,” says Hudgens, who’s thrown a '50s tulle skirt over her black overalls and crop-top today.
' She's seen here with co-star Max Crumm, her Danny, backstage after the first preview. Her words are prescient: One hour later, the cast is rehearsing an updated hand jive when Aaron Tveit (Danny Zuko) skips backward on Rydell High's fake wooden floorboards and falls to the ground. “I don’t know if I would have been able to do this with as much energy as I have now if it wasn’t for that.”will feel familiar to fans of the musical, set in 1958.
'Grease: Live' tells the story anew (drawing from stage and screen) Jan. “We’re still in that era, but of course we have a multicultural cast,” says Keke Palmer, who plays Marty.
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The Republican presidential nominee has trouble filtering himself, and has spent much of his life in front of television cameras.