“Opening Up” with Cate Elefante, Lulu in Waitress!

When Cate Elefante comes home from a long day at school, she does something rarely any other kindergartener gets to experience on a daily basis. After Cate eats dinner, her mom drives her to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where she performs the role of Lulu in the hit Broadway musical, Waitress. It may seem hard to […]

CB Interviews Musical Theatre of Anthem’s Cast of Elf Jr

Performing in a show during the holiday season can be a challenging feat. This winter, I was cast as the role of Jovie in Elf The Musical Jr. Although Jovie works at the local Macy’s, has never seen snow, and is a bit rough around the edges, she finds herself falling in love with Buddy the Elf…Who is […]

Words of Wisdom for the New Year, from Two Amazing Broadway Pros!

Happy 2017!   This year, Camp Broadway is delighted to bring you an AWESOME New Year’s gift: inspiring tips about life on stage from two of Broadway’s most successful pros!   The first is Adam Pascal, who most recently played the saucy, sassy Shakespeare in the delightful musical SOMETHING ROTTEN! which had its final performance […]

Serving up Gratitude and Good Cheer: Backstage at WAITRESS with Adele Miskie, Dresser of Jessie Mueller

Wintertime may bring frosty weather, but behind the scenes at Broadway’s WAITRESS, there is enough warmth and cheerful spirit—and freshly-baked pies— to fuel the entire holiday season! WAITRESS, which opened for previews in March of 2016, has made Broadway history by being the first musical to have a four-woman creative team (writer, composer/lyricist, director, and […]

The 12 Days of Theater-Themed Gifts!

It’s that time of year again where we deck the halls, light the menorahs, and jam out to holiday tunes. If you’re like me, and have been too caught up watching Hairspray live and listening to Broadway soundtracks, you might still be rounding up some last-minute theater-themed gifts for all of your theater friends.     […]

Drama On the Stage! How to Maintain a Friendship Through Auditions

If you’re involved in theater with peers your age, it’s bound to happen at some point… Auditioning for a role against a friend. One of the beauties of theater is how many close bonds it can form. After spending months in rehearsal together, a cast is bound to get close- which makes the show even […]

“Thank You For the Music” – Interview with MAMMA MIA! Cast Member, Niki Badua!

Today on the Camp Broadway Blog, I am elated to share with all of you, an exclusive interview with Niki Badua – who is currently playing Lisa in the Farewell Tour of MAMMA MIA! Niki Badua (Lisa) is excited to be returning to MAMMA MIA! Previous theatre credits include: Kim in MISS SAIGON (Serenbe Playhouse), […]

Camp Broadway’s Best of the Year 2016

Camp Broadway’s team is filled with regular theatergoers who love seeing all the new shows every season. At this time of the year, we love looking back on our nights at the theatre to remember the shows that are our favorites for theatre-loving kids and their families. With kudos to all the great shows produced […]

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A Little Bit of College Audition Encouragment

As a high school senior, the college audition process can seem daunting. If you’re like I was, you have put all of your hopes and dreams into getting into that one special program. You’re set on doing musical theatre (or straight theatre), and you won’t let rejection hold you back from accomplishing your goals. These […]

Wardrobe Wonders and Costume Cures!

Picture this: it’s opening night of your school’s play, and you’re backstage getting ready. You pull on your costume—and a giant tear rips down the back! Horrified, you look to the costume team, but they can’t do much to help on such short notice. You hear the overture start to play… What do you do?!? […]




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