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Inspired by a true story, a working-class community is awakened when its high school theater program takes on an unconventional new leader. As dedicated teacher and family man Lou Mazzuchelli takes over the lagging department, he encourages his students to unleash their creativity and explore new means of self-expression. But even though the students discover talents and ambitions they never knew they had, not everyone in town is thrilled. Upset by challenges brought by change, enraged faculty and skeptical parents contest Mr. Mazzu's galvanizing efforts. But with passionate fervor running through the town's veins, no one can deny a revolution is underway.

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During opening night, personal crises and dilemmas abound backstage; Simon struggles to overcome his biggest fear; Lilette withholds a huge development from Robbie; Robbie has a breakthrough; Tracey draws a line in the sand.
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Gordy agrees to volunteer in the theater, bringing him back onto Gwen's radar; Gordy's family tries to come to terms with Maashous' imminent departure; Robbie faces the severity of his mother's illness; Lilette waits for her mother to return home.
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An unauthorized, provocative sizzle reel for "Spring Awakening" is posted online; Strickland and Vanessa are forced to face their daughters; Robbie faces a crisis of confidence; Maashous contemplates a difficult family reunion.
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Tracey and Lou lead the cast through a series of rehearsals that falls short of expectations; Gwen's familial strife leads to a wild night out; Michael tries to reconnect with an estranged friend; Maashous receives potentially life-changing news.
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As Lou's vision for "Spring Awakening" starts to crumble, Lilette and Robbie feel the weight of responsibility on their shoulders with rehearsals going into overdrive; Tracey opens up old wounds; Simon takes steps to get closer to Anabelle.
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After their unresolved confrontation with Gordy, Lou and Gail try desperately to get through to him; Lou discovers that a crucial element to the show needs a major overhaul; Tracey resists a blossoming romance; Robbie and Lilette grow closer.
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Robbie's two worlds collide at a house party where his football teammates face off with the drama troupe; Tracey reluctantly explores a new relationship with a not-so-secret admirer; a family road trip to visit Gail's sister goes sideways.
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When Lou describes his vision for the show's staging and design, Tracey questions his every decision; Coach Strickland attempts to rehabilitate Gordy; Gail worries for Maashous; Lilette struggles to contain her feelings for Robbie.
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Lou is brought down to earth when his production budget is slashed; coach Strickland vindictively monopolizes Robbie's time and has a conflict with Tracey; Lilette finds herself starting to fall for Robbie; Simon contends with conflicting feelings.
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Lou petitions to take over as director of the school's theater program in an attempt to revitalize his passion for teaching; he decides to make the school musical more provocative.

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