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 […]

“Opening Up” with Cate Elefante, Lulu in Waitress!

When Cate Elefante comes home from a long day at school, she does something rarely any other kindergartener gets to experience on a daily basis. After Cate eats dinner, her mom drives her to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where she performs the role of Lulu in the hit Broadway musical, Waitress. It may seem hard to […]

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. […]

Serving up Gratitude and Good Cheer: Backstage at WAITRESS with Adele Miskie, Dresser of Jessie Mueller

Wintertime may bring frosty weather, but behind the scenes at Broadway’s WAITRESS, there is enough warmth and cheerful spirit—and freshly-baked pies— to fuel the entire holiday season! WAITRESS, which opened for previews in March of 2016, has made Broadway history by being the first musical to have a four-woman creative team (writer, composer/lyricist, director, and […]

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.     […]

Themed Restaurants, Theatre Style!

The restaurant industry and the theatre industry work hand-in-hand. Often, when audiences leave a show, they will make the most of a special night by enjoying a satisfying, fulfilling meal. I believe that to truly experience the full magic of seeing a show, the night should be a full experience, complete with food AND entertainment! […]

“Go to the Hills!” The Sound of Music National Tour Review

After a long day of callbacks for Elf The Musical, I settled into the front seat of my car, excited for the night ahead of me. My nervousness from my audition had long faded by the time I entered ASU Gammage, a beautiful theatre designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This season, I had already seen […]

An Interview with Fit For Broadway Founder, Jane Jourdan!

As a musical theatre performer, it is very important to stay healthy in order to increase your stamina and performance. Luckily, I had the opportunity to learn about this concept through a special blog called “Fit For Broadway”, which connects theatre and the materials needed to lead a healthy lifestyle. This week, I reached out to […]

Last-Minute Halloween Costume Tips—With a Broadway Twist!

Freaked out because you don’t have a costume for Halloween yet? Don’t panic! Let’s head over to the costume shop and ask Nicole Miller, first hand and stitcher for the Radio City Rockettes, to reveal quick and easy Halloween costume tricks that you can pull together before the clock strikes 13! Think “DIY” is scary? […]




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