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With several big dancing and singing numbers, the upbeat show is designed to have audience members dancing in their seats and singing along to recognizable ’80s hits like “Let’s Hear It For The Boy,” “Holding Out For A Hero,” “Almost Paradise” and the title song, “Footloose.”. Originally a 1984 movie starring Kevin Bacon, “Footloose” was adapted for the stage and opened on Broadway in 1998. It was nominated for four Tony Awards, including Best Original Score and Best Choreography. “Footloose” tells the story of teenage city boy, Ren McCormack, played by Tyler Savin, who moves to a small farming town where dancing and rock music are illegal. The show follows his efforts to reverse the law and inspire people to dance again.
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