What adolescent has never dreamed of stepping onto a stage and displaying his or her talent?
Talent High School is the place where these dreams come true. Dancing, singing, acting and fashion are just some of the disciplines taught at this highly exclusive academy where no one needs to be “normal.”
However, they do need certain calling cards to gain access to it: attendance at equally exclusive schools, courses and experience overseas.
Even though she is an excellent dancer, Sofia is just the daughter of a mechanic on the city outskirts, virtually self-taught and, as a result, is not accepted at the Academy.
And so she pretends to be Allegra De Magistriis, the daughter of a Hollywood producer, born and raised among the spotlights and glitter and who just happens to be Sofia’s spitting image.
It isn’t easy lying, especially with people who were really born in that world. And, indeed, the one who discovers her secret in next to no time is Bart, a talented but unbearable dancer, son of a music producer, who is delighted to see the fake Allegra De Magistriis turn pale on finding her cover blown.
But Sofia refuses to allow herself to be intimidated. Because, in spite of his talent, Bart has a totally different passion: engines, the very things that Sofia has been surrounded by since she was a little girl!
Between one argument and the next, the two of them will form a pact, a (forced) collaboration that will bring them a little closer to the realization of their dreams.
Because, as everyone knows, strength lies in unity, even if it isn’t spontaneous!
Sofia/Allegra’s companions in this new adventure, apart from Bart, are Marion, the principal’s daughter, Greta, a rather extravagant aspiring writer, Greg, a potential fashion designer with the air of a nerd and De Blasi, an eccentric teacher.
Between dual identity and engines, choreography and bolts, Talent High School is a sparkling sitcom for young audiences