Broadway in Bryant Park: Changing the Atmosphere of Theater

In the midst of story-high skyscrapers, Bryant Park is one of several beautiful parks and a scenic landmark in New York City, featuring games, a reading room, a place to learn arts and crafts, a carousel, and lush gardens surrounding it all. My favorite thing the park has to offer is the annual “Broadway in […]

BOMBSHELL: A SMASH?

By Eric Gelb SMASH – was a SMASH, if you can remember. SMASH, conceived by Theresa Rebeck, followed the trials and tribulations of the Broadway community. Within the four walls Rebeck constructed for the show to live within, there was HIT LIST, the Off-Broadway smash. There was HEAVEN ON EARTH, a long-running hit that represented […]

My Time at Camp Broadway

My Time at Camp Broadway By Sami DeSocio My name is Sami. If you’ve been here for a while, you’ve probably read my pieces and we may have even spoken through comments on what I’ve written. I love writing for Camp Broadway, and have made some wonderful friends and connections here over the past four […]

Grounded with Anne Hathaway

By Jenna Bawer When I first learned that the play Grounded, starring Anne Hathaway (whom I recognized from the Les Miserables movie) was about war, I was reluctant. I associated media regarding war with propaganda designed to have the audience sympathize with one side and demonize the other. When I saw the performance, I was taken aback […]

Working With Stage Animals: Is it as Cute as it Looks?

By Hailie Gold Stage animals are one of the coolest things actors can work with in their careers.  Animals are usually fun, but present interesting challenges.  One of their best attributes is that animal actors almost always help to bring a cast together.  When I was in a local production of Annie a few years ago, the dog […]

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Tony Award Hype: Before and After

By Jenna Bawer     The Tony Awards Season- the time of year when theater is hotter than ever in the public eye. As Summer approaches people come in from all over the world- some never having seen a Broadway production before -and they search for the most heavily nominated and award-winning shows on the […]

Lesser Known Shows

Lesser Known Shows By Sami DeSocio There are over 30 Broadway theaters in New York City right now. Some of those buildings date back to the turn of the century early 1900s and have changed names several times before becoming the Broadway houses we know them as now. Furthermore, there have been hundreds of shows, […]

Broadway Style Shows on Disney Cruise Line

By Emma Filosa Character greetings, lavish dinners, exotic destinations, and extravagant Broadway style shows- these are just a few of the many things that Disney Cruise Line has to offer! A few weeks ago I boarded the beautiful Disney Fantasy Cruise ship. The ship is fully equipped with cast members from all around the world […]

My Masterclass with Anthony Rapp

By Sami DeSocio As performers, we all have dreams, wishes, and a bucket list of people we’d like to perform in front of before we die. I was fortunate enough to not only cross one off of my list, but also to learn something in the process when I took a master class with Anthony […]

The Tony Awards Are Coming!

By Harley Ann Kulp The Tony’s are coming! The Tony’s are coming! The theater community’s biggest night of the year is in two days. Yes, on Sunday, June 7th, 2015, the 69th Annual Tony Awards will air on CBS at 8/7c. And just like the Oscars, the Tony’s are getting their first ever red carpet […]

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