When I heard that there was a musical version of Bring It On, the excellent Kirsten Dunst movie about dueling cheerleader squads, I figured that some college students at an arts school got together and wrote this ironic show. But judging from the preview, it’s a serious affair with quite the pedigree: The creators have also worked on Avenue Q, Next to Normal, and In the Heights. More
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A musical version of Bring It On is coming to Los Angeles - Let’s see those spirit fingers! (OMG)
Did you hear that Bring It On is heading to Broadway? Bring it on. Translating the campy-fun cheerocracy to the stage is something we can get behind — if it’s handled right. There have been a slew of announcements in … More
Before she was a "Heroes" cheerleader, Hayden Panettiere was the cheerleader at "Bring It On: All or Nothing". Here is a short clip of her as Britney Allen, saying goodbye to her friends. The movie came out in 2006.