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 […]

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. […]

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.     […]

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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Bon Voyage! CB Featured Players Set Sail

Most actors don’t fight real fires in their rehearsal process… and usually, the stage doesn’t move. Yet, three Camp Broadway featured players have experienced exactly that as they perform on the seven seas. After working for multiple years with Camp Broadway, Isaak Olson, Alexandra Schwartz, and Carver Duncan are all production cast members on various […]

Timing is Everything! Time Management for Busy Student Actors

It’s back to school season! Time to catch up with friends, check out new courses and readjust to academic life. But when show rehearsals are added to classes and homework, how do you balance everything? Here are three time-management challenges—and actor-approved solutions! “I have so many activities, I don’t start my homework until 8 or […]

4 Reasons YOU Should Take Theatre in High School

Throughout high school, many students choose to explore new hobbies and programs that they have never imagined trying before. If you are looking for an exciting, always-changing, creativity-inspiring class, you should try Theatre! Taking high school theatre has so many more benefits than just learning how to perform in shows. You can learn so many […]

It’s an Animal Debut!

People aren’t the only things you might see in the spotlight. Every now and then, you’ll see a cute puppy or a bird hopping around the stage. There’s obviously a lot of work that goes into training the individual pet. Shows that include pets can either soar because of it or flop from the extra […]

Building an Ambitious Audition Binder

When preparing for an audition, especially one with a live accompanist, it can be difficult to arrange your music and audition forms in an easily accessible format. Throughout this season, I learned an exciting and creative way to organize my audition papers!   I call this the “Ambitious Audition Binder”, a 2” binder with 3 tabs […]

Magnificent Makeup for the Stage!

One of the most important things to consider when getting ready for a performance is your makeup! Stage makeup can vary between several different styles; some styles can be similar to makeup someone would wear out in public, while some can be extravagant displays of art (such as makeup from Cats)! Continuing my streak of […]




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