Because sometimes you need to let loose and blow off some dance-overload-related steam: The Center Stage Drinking Game™
Every time you notice a body double dancing in place of the regular actor (e.g Susan May Pratt)-- take a drink.
Every time a "ballet stereotype" is first introduced in the movie (e.g gay boy, stage mother, stuck up "star student" or nice-girl "renegade" student)-- take a drink.
You hear a line that's been quoted ad nauseam (such as "Whatever you feel, just dance it!)-- do a shot.
If a line like the one above made you swoon when -you- were a young (I was a teen when the movie was released, and yes, I was all over it)-- do another shot.
If you can get up and do the Four Swans choreography during that part of the film (without falling over)-- everyone else takes a drink.
Take a drink for every time you've choreographed to "Higher Ground" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Any of the scenes where you scoff and say "Yeah, like THAT really happens," take a drink.
If you are still standing at the end of the movie, congratulations! The National Legion of Stressed Out Dance Professionals salutes you. :-)
P.S. You may want to drink a lot of water/take a chaser-- crunch-time performance preparations don't bode well with hangovers.