Tony is the champion dancer in the disco. His network of friends and weekend dancing help him cope with the harsh realities of his existence, which include a dead-end job, fights with his unsupportive and warring parents, racial tensions in the local neighborhood, and overall restlessness.
Saturday Night Fever is based on a 1977 film of the same name that was directed by John Badham and written by Alan Parker. It tells the story of Brooklyn teenager Tony Manero, who dreams of becoming a disco dancer like the ones on television. When he finally gets a chance to dance at Club Zanzibar, he excels at it and becomes famous overnight. Overcome with joy, he throws caution to the wind and follows his dream. However, reality soon catches up with him when his family problems are compounded by a new set of difficulties related to his newfound fame. He decides to return to Brooklyn but cannot bring himself to leave behind his life in Florida. Before he can escape his past, though, he is pulled back into action by events from both his present and his future.
Notable dancers and choreographers included Bob Martin and Terry Allen. The soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever, which was released in January 1978, became one of the best-selling albums of all time. Its success spawned several sequels and imitations, most notably Flashdance (1983) and Rockin' (2007).
He grew up playing a variety of sports, including baseball, football, and basketball, but dance was his passion. Adrian was most renowned for his dancing abilities, and he competed in several hip-hop and break dance events, where he was incredibly successful. He also toured with a group called Vibe Tribe.
After retiring from dancing in 1996, Adrian decided to pursue a career as a choreographer. He has worked on television shows such as "So You Think You Can Dance" and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", but he is best known for creating the dances for Michael Jackson's music videos. Adrian has said that he would like to continue creating dances until he dies, and he has many projects that he wants to get started on.
Adrian was born on January 4th 1955 in Los Angeles, California. He had two brothers who were also dancers named Mark and Michael.
When Adrian was only six years old, he began taking lessons from a professional ballet teacher, and by the time he was nine, he was performing classical ballets across America. At age 14, he went to France where he trained under Michel Beaucarne at the Royal Ballet School in London. When he finished school, he moved back home to Los Angeles where he joined Robert Evans' company and spent three years touring with them as their youngest member.
I had a good time in New York in May 2008, trailing Tony Manero's footsteps through the streets of Brooklyn to the throbbing rhythm of "Stayin' Alive." Tony Manero, played by John Travolta, is the film's primary character, king of the (paint) store by day and the dance floor by night. He's also a hopeless romantic who, despite having wealth and success at his fingertips, believes that true love can conquer all.
Travolta was so convincing in his role that he has been called "the best-looking guy ever to come out of Hollywood." And with good reason: Travolta was born on January 4th, 1949, in Boston, Massachusetts, and he still looks incredibly young for his age. When he first came onto the scene, people just couldn't get over how much he resembled Elvis Presley; even today, many popular singers hire visual artists to create their own images because they think it will help them sell more albums.
Tony is a dreamer who wants to live the life of a real-life disco king. So he packs his bags and leaves his successful career in advertising to move to New York City with nothing but a suitcase full of clothes and his heart set on Nina Simone. During his stay in the big apple, he falls in love with Lisa Macdonald, a beautiful young model who lives in the same apartment building as him. However, she dates some rich older guys because that's what women do when you're poor and unknown.