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King of New York Part 1 – Broadway Shows

This is the first part of my five-part blog for Camp Broadway about my recent trip to New York City. Since I have so much to talk about (and I will surely ramble), I decided to split these blog up into sections. This week is the topic most theatre students talk about when going to […]

Wait…WHO’S Been In Les Miserables?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that the worldwide phenomenon, Les Miserables is coming to Broadway in the spring. In fact, you may even know if you’re hiding under that rock. The point is, this show is one of the biggest shows coming to Broadway this spring, and we bloggers at Camp […]

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West End Shows, including Cripple of Inishmaan, Transferring to Broadway!

With the throngs of Broadway still shouting along to “Revolting Children” from Matilda the Musical at the Shubert Theater, it’s no surprise that the 2014 Broadway lineup includes many successful West End transfers. Something about the way the British put on a show seems to work over here in the states, and the upcoming medley […]

10 Roles Laura Osnes Should Play

With everyone’s favorite Princess Laura Osnes leaving Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella this month, we’re left with one question: what should the two -time Tony nominee do next? She’s already been to the 50′s with Max Crumm in Greade, robbed banks with Stark Sands and Jeremy Jordan in Bonnie and Clyde, and been a Princess– surely she […]

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After Midnight Review

Pure Entertainment. That might as well be the alternative title for After Midnight, the Harlem Jazz Age song-and-dance revue currently playing at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre and rarely are theatergoers treated to a cast filled with so many unique individuals, where each and every performer could fill a stage entirely on their own. But that’s the […]

Underappreciated Broadway Actors

We’ve all worshipped the stars of Broadway at some point, Sutton Foster, Aaron Tveit, Idina Menzel, and for good reason. Some of these people paved the way for what Broadway as a community has change into today. For many of us theater nerds, Wicked was our first experience in the world of musical theater and Broadway and it […]

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British Invasion – From West End to Broadway

This year at the Tony Awards, the two shows going neck and neck for the Best Musical prize both had roots across the pond. Kinky Boots originated from a British movie, while Matilda the Musical, a product of the Royal Shakespeare Company, was labeled as “The British Invasion.” This phenomenon is not uncommon, as Broadway […]

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Tony Nods on the Way? The Buzz-Worthy Performances to See this Broadway Season

Well, I’m excited. Excited that we’ve got two Jason Robert Brown musicals coming down the pipe this season? Nope. Excited that Stroman has two shows on the way? Nope. How about that we’ve got revivals of both Les Miserables and Cabaret waiting in the wings. Nope, not at all. Alright. I lied. All those things […]

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Interview with Fra Fee of Les Miserables fame!

Fra Fee might be more well-known around the West End area than here in the States, but if you saw the Les Miserables movie than you surely remember him as Courfeyrac. He’s had an impressive career thus far in his roles in various roles on stage across the pond and I’ve been a huge fan for […]

Who Am I? An Interview with Anthony Sullivan

From fighting off zombies in Evil Dead: The Musical, to rocking out to teen angst in Spring Awakening, Musical Theatre major Anthony Sullivan has played a variety of roles during his four years at Ball State University. Anthony has just recently graduated and is now moving on to conquer New York City. Before he heads to […]

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