JasonSlider

Q&A with CB Alum Jason Gotay from Peter Pan LIVE

Last December, the hills were alive with the Sound of Music LIVE, and it quickly became one of our favorite things. This year, on December 4th, NBC will whisk viewers off to Neverland with its broadcast of Peter Pan LIVE!  We couldn’t be more excited that NBC has started this annual tradition of exposing millions […]

Broadway_Theaters_45th_Street_Night

The Magic of a Broadway Theater

by Sami DeSocio There are few things that put a bigger smile on my face than the smile of walking into a Broadway theater. There’s just something about it, like walking into another time and another place. Some of these theaters have been around since the early 1900s (whether they be under a different name) […]

Broadway’s Triple-Threat Michelle Robinson Will Direct Camp Broadway EXP on Dec. 2

Performer, Director, Choreographer, Michelle Robinson returns to Atlanta to lead Camp Broadway EXP for our Newsies inspired one-day program on Saturday, December 27. From the Dance Theatre of Harlem and the Rockettes, to feature films, a recurring role on the soap opera One Life To Live, and a music video with Beyonce, Michelle has worked […]

TonyBanner

Tony Parise Is Center Court & Center Stage with The Camp Broadway Kids on Jan 2 – 4

From Broadway and Boston Ballet, cruise ships and concert halls to the New York Mayors’ Inner Circle and Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Director/Choreographer Tony Parise has created memorable performances on major stages from coast to coast. Since 1998, Camp Broadway has been fortunate to have him use his unique skills to produce a wide […]

Halloween Costume Tips from a Broadway Dresser

Halloween is the time of year to get creative and try out a costume that might not be what you wear in your school play, and definitely not in everyday life! From wicked witches to newsboys, there are plenty of costumes to choose from to fit your personality and flair. However, not everyone has a […]

The Importance of Headshots

By Sami DeSocio All actors have certain tools to make them successful. Whether it be certain acting techniques, your audition book or something else, the actor has many tools. However, those tools mean absolutely nothing without a great head shot to sell you! Why is a head shot so important? First off, it tells the […]

Dimming of the Marquee Lights

An interesting thing has been occurring in New York City. On the Great White Way, the lights are dimmed for one minute before returning to their brilliant glow. It’s not a random electricity problem, but actually a long-standing honor that has been around for (some say) over a hundred years! A lot of Broadway legends […]

MSGblog

My Center Court Experience Performing at Madison Square Garden

by Shannon S. Hey, Camp Broadway! I’m Shannon and I participated in the Madison Square Garden Courtside event that I found here on the Camp Broadway website.  I was excited and ready to learn in NYC, so I hopped on a bus from Vermont with my friend Justice! I am not used to the opportunities […]

Costumes – A Wordless Way of Discovering a Character

By Sami DeSocio To an actor, a costume is part of discovering the character and for some it is really the only way they know how to ‘step into their character’. It takes on a whole new meaning when you’re asked to provide part of the costume yourself out of your own wardrobe. After the […]

Community Theater Schedule – A Typical Actor’s Day

By Sami DeSocio Being a community theatre actor (for now) is nothing like being on Broadway, clearly. But, just like actors on Broadway, we all have our own daily routines before hitting the theater for the night. I compared my schedule to that of Andrew Kober of Les Miserables. 7:00 AM: I wake up and […]

Watch our Highlight Reel!



CLICK HERE to view our Privacy Policy.