Child Actors on Broadway

By Eric Gelb Matilda The Musical, Annie, Lion King and Once… all Broadway blockbusters that heavily rely on the talents of 7, 8, 9 and 10 year old child actors to carry the entire show. And, of course, from an audience’s perspective, the kids are cute and talented. But the two hours or so that you watch […]

Top 5 Roles Neil Patrick Harris Should Play

Everyone in the theatre community knows that Neil Patrick Harris is the king of versatility. On TV, he’s played roles from the awkward Doogie Howser to the womanizing, suit-wearing, Barney Stinson from the series, How I Met Your Mother. On stage, he recently won a Tony award for his portrayal of the title character in […]

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Broadway Dogs, the Real Stars of the Show

By Harley Ann Kulp Many different types of faces have crossed the Broadway stage including children, the elderly, and my favorite– pooches. Yes, we all know that broadway dogs, no matter how small the role, are truly the stars of the show! So today I’m talking about the most famous puppies to grace the stage […]

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Peter Pan on NBC: Keeping Tradition Alive

After the success of The Sound of Music last December, with over 18.5 million viewers, NBC has signed on to do a musical again for the 2014 holiday season.  This time around producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan (produced films Chicago, Hairspray) will be traveling to Never Never Land with the musical Peter Pan. This […]

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Goodbye, Love – How To Say Goodbye to a Favorite Show

January is upon us! Though it’s a time of new beginnings and resolutions for some, it’s a sad time on the Great White Way as we lose a slew of shows. Dubbed “Black January,” it’s the period following the holiday season where a cluster of productions end their run on Broadway. This year’s line-up included […]

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The Best Broadway Replacements

OBC. What does is it mean to you? After a quick Google search, I found that OBC means a lot of things to the rest of the world… “Oriental Bank of Commerce”… “Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry”… “Ohio Basketball Club”… and a bunch of other things that would probably put theater people to sleep. Nope, in […]

Top Ten Things for a Broadway Lover To Do in NYC

So, it’s your first time in the Big Apple! Or, you’re coming again, but want to make this trip filled to the brim with Broadway related activities. Look no further! Here are my top ten things every Broadway lover should do while on their trip to NYC. Schmackary’s: Located on the southeast corner of 9th […]

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CB’s Awards Season Picks!

It’s Awards Season– that time of year when theater-lovers tune in to learn which shows will win big when it comes to Broadway titles and talent. Camp Broadway now presents its own ‘Best of’ list, including unique categories specific to their specialty. “Kids, families and theater-lovers of all ages always ask us what we think […]

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This Week On Broadway

Welcome back to another weekly Broadway news roundup! This week was full of fun events, so let’s get right to it. This past week the cast of Matilda The Musical performed live on The View with the songs “Naughty” and “Revolting Children.” The cast of Pippin also had a press day where they performed “Corner of the […]

Open Call Auditions for ANNIE!

SEEKING: Girls, ages 6-12 between the heights of 3’8” and 4’8”. Must be excellent singers, dancers, and actresses. To be considered for future replacements for Annie and the other orphans in the Broadway company. All ethnicities are encouraged to attend. Please bring a photo and resume stapled together! AUDITION DETAILS Sunday, June 2nd, 2013 10:00am-4:00pm […]

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