Julie Barnes, Broadway’s Backbone – Covered by Camp Broadway

Welcome to our fourth chapter of Broadway’s Backbone on the Camp Broadway Blog! If you missed his introductory post, this ongoing segment revolves around Brad Bradley and his podcast Broadway’s Backbone. With a career transcending all genres of the entertainment industry, Brad has been a vital member of the Camp Broadway universe for several years. […]

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 […]

“Go to the Hills!” The Sound of Music National Tour Review

After a long day of callbacks for Elf The Musical, I settled into the front seat of my car, excited for the night ahead of me. My nervousness from my audition had long faded by the time I entered ASU Gammage, a beautiful theatre designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This season, I had already seen […]

Shining Stars 2016 Highlights

Camp Broadway’s Shining Stars program is excited to welcome theater-loving youngsters from around the world to our 5-day summer program for 6 to 9 year olds. In 2016, we welcomed campers from China, Japan, Canada, India, and Romania. Check out highlights from our Shining Stars sessions this summer where our campers created sets, costumes, props, dialogue, […]

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“Leave Your Troubles Outside!” – Cabaret National Tour Review

On the night of September 13th, after several hours of a designer-run rehearsal, I slung my backpack over my shoulder. Paired with my beaten-up school backpack, I was wearing a long black dress. There was a reason for my extremely mismatched outfit, and I could tell several members of my cast were unsure why I was […]

Camp Broadway Highlights 2016

Each summer since 1995, over 30,000 kids from all over the country have attended Camp Broadway’s 5-day signature program, working with industry professionals direct from Broadway in an authentic Broadway rehearsal process to perform classic numbers from Broadway’s most beloved shows.  This summer, Camp Broadway celebrated its 21st summer of connecting Broadway professionals with theater-loving kids in […]

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Camp Broadway ON TOUR: Beat the Arizona Heat with Camp Broadway!

It was the week I had been waiting for the entire summer, the second week of June. As I stepped out of the car Monday morning, I didn’t mind that it was 108 degrees outside, or that I was about to walk into a room of people I had never met- in fact, I was […]

Small But Mighty: “Matilda” Takes The Nation By Storm

Although the majority of the cast is under five feet tall, there is nothing “little” about this show, or the message it instilled into its audience. After being completely obsessed with the soundtrack for months, I was fortunate enough to see Matilda the Musical on its national tour during its Detroit, Michigan stop…and I was […]

Camp Broadway’s Best of Broadway 2015

Here at Camp Broadway, our staff is always checking out the newest openings on the Great White Way to discover the latest and greatest shows that are suitable for our young theatergoers and their families.  As 2015 comes to a close, the team at Camp Broadway has looked back on all of the wonderful productions […]

Checking in with Camp Broadway Featured Player, Alexandra Schwartz

In honor of Halloween, we reached out to Camp Broadway Featured Player, Alexandra Schwartz who recently performed in Westchester Sandbox Theatre‘s production of Carrie the Musical. Alexandra shares a little bit about the production and her favorite Halloween costume. Tell us about the production you’re involved in. I got involved with Carrie: The Musical after […]




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