Performing arts schools around Australia & NZ showcase special performance of a Broadway hit | 7NEWS

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The top students from performing arts schools around Australia and New Zealand are set to show off their skills in a special performance of a Broadway hit.

The musical is being put together in record time with help from an Aussie theatre star.

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