An Interview with A CHORUS LINE Cast Member Ryan Koerber

When he was only a high-schooler, Ryan Koerber made his Broadway debut- but his mainstage performances didn’t stop there. After taking home the Roger Rees Award, (previously called The Gershwin Award), an award presented to one male and one female high school student each year in New York, Ryan’s life took a turn as he […]

“The Heat Is On In Saigon”

By Skylar Raye Noyes My all time favorite musical is Miss Saigon! The music, the romance, and the story take my breath away. I have always been a major fan of the show and when I heard it was coming back to Broadway, I was ecstatic! Nothing was going to stand in my way of […]

5 Life Lessons from 8 Years in Theatre

Camp Broadway blog, oh, how I have missed you. This is Emma, back after a somewhat hiatus of focusing on my sophomore year, stage managing, and all sorts of other craziness. Today, I’m here to share with you some of the things I’ve learned from doing theatre for eight years. That’s over half my life! […]

Flying High with Paramour

By Skylar Raye Noyes J’adore le Paramour! I recently went to see Paramour on Broadway and the show was incredible! It is a blend of Cirque du Soleil’s signature acrobatic high flying adventures and stunts, and Broadways beautiful story telling. The show amazed the audience with gorgeous costumes, choreography, and music. Watching the acrobatics was definitely […]

Tony Award Winning Bandstand

By Skylar Raye Noyes My newest obsession on Broadway is definitely Bandstand: The New American Musical! I was fortunate enough to see it twice, once in previews and a second time after it opened! It was interesting to see how the show changed from previews to opening. Not only does Bandstand have spectacular choreography and […]

Get to Know The Backstage Blonde, Teale Dvornik

For several months now, I have been an avid follower of the blog “The Backstage Blonde” which is written by Teale Dvornik. Teale lives in New York City and has a job in the theatre industry that often isn’t recognized by those outside of the industry. She works as a dresser on Broadway, currently for […]

Music, Campers, and Snacks…Oh My!

When summer rolls around, it’s time to kick back, listen to our favorite show tunes, and enjoy a fun summer treat! This summer’s Camp Broadway NYC music directors (Christine Riley, Alan Schmuckler, and Stephen Purdy) agree. Let’s check in with them to learn how they acquired a love for music, what their favorite thing about working […]

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CB’s Featured Players Bring the Heat to Camp This Summer!

At Camp Broadway, there is a long-time tradition, like most summer camps, of having camp counselors lead groups. However, at CB, these group leaders are called “Featured Players” and are involved in the entire process of putting on a performance for family members at the end of camp. This week, I had the opportunity to […]

Carnegie Hall, Groundhog Day, and More!

A group trip to New York City may seem stressful- especially when it’s a trip meticulously composed of 113 choir kids from the West Coast, all high school students. The trip that I went on this spring break can’t compare to any other trip I’ve been on in my entire life. I truly had an […]

Find Your Voice with the New Movie Speech & Debate

Are you a theatre lover trying to find your voice? Then there’s a new film that’s perfect for you called Speech & Debate! Based on the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway play, SPEECH & DEBATE follows three teenagers brought together by a series of mishaps. Frustrated by the hypocrisy they see in their parents, teachers, and the entire […]




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