When asked for advice for a young actor trying to make it to professional show business like the three of them had, Gotay stepped in with some valuable final words of advice. He told us that the success to a career as an actor is all about finding out what makes you unique and embracing that special talent. It’s about understanding that you weren’t meant to fit a certain role, but you posses qualities that you believe directors will be willing to create a role to fit you. With this kind of attitude and self-confidence, Gotay believes that one’s chances to make it to Broadway are much higher. “It’s all about embracing what makes you special,” he reiterated as the interview was coming to a close.

As an actor, [success] is all about finding out what makes you unique and embracing that special talent... about understanding that you weren’t meant to fit a certain role.

In total, Bring It On: The Musical is an unique performance that everyone should go see. For those who have already seen the movie, Haney has a word for you: “It’s nothing like the movie. In, fact only the name of the show holds close to the movie.” He believes that those who come to the show expecting the see a reenactment of the movie are pleasantly surprised by the amazing live talent and meaningful plot. So come along to the heart of San Francisco for the chance to see a show that will knock your socks off before the tour continues to venture on, one big city after another.

Bring It On: The Musical played at San Francisco's Orpheum Theatre in December, 2011, and January, 2012.
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