High School Musical: The Musical: The Project – A Final Farewell from Fans All Over

“All good things must come to an end.”

— Geoffrey Chaucer 

“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” will air its fourth and final season on August 9, 2023. The final season will consist of eight episodes, all of them memorable and binge-worthy to “HSMTMTS” fans.

The Disney+ mockumentary musical drama television series has provided fans with quite a few original and cover songs but “Born To Be Brave” by Dara Reneé (Kourtney Greene) and Nini Salazar-Roberts (Olivia Rodrigo) stands out. “Born To Be Brave” was the top track used in HSMTMTS Projects’ presentation of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ The Final Fan Project” in recent weeks. 

Sure, the end of HSMTMTS is coming soon, but fans shouldn’t let that bother them too much. The end’s inevitable, and fans should remember that all good things in music should come to an end.

By watching this video, you’ll learn how “Born To Be Brave” has helped a lot of fans boost their spirits, overcome their fears, and help themselves learn new dance moves. We’re confident that “Born To Be Brave” has helped you in those three ways. So, you can’t prevent the end of the TV series, but you can continue to remember the song, whether you’ll sing it, dance to it, or both.

Of the original song, this Dara Reneé verse stood out to us. Reneé sang: “Cause I was… Born to be brave / I know who I am inside / And I won’t apologize / Made my mistakes / And they gave me wings to fly / To my castle in the sky” in the song’s introduction. Reneé’s verse was a mood-booster and was the right fit for this presentation, thanks to her mentioning her apparent ability to take the next step, whether it may be.

At the end of the day, fans should remember the actors and actresses in “HSMTMTS” and the crew members behind the scenes. The crew members include the directors, producers, writers, dancers, choreographers, hair and make-up teams, and wardrobe, prop, and music departments. Without the crew members, there wouldn’t be a TV series, as their hard work day in and day out has helped bring “HSMTMTS” to life. “HSMTMTS” stands behind all the crew members in solidarity with SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), an American labor union representing about 160,000 media professionals worldwide. 

How excited are you for the fourth and final season of “HSMTMTS” on Wednesday?