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 […]

Fish-Eye in the City

by Rory of Yesterday morning, my dad and I ventured into the city with tickets to see the shows on display at the International Center of Photography. As a photography-geek, I of course loved every part of the show. But perhaps my favorite part of the day was pictures I took on the camera I’d […]

Andrew Lloyd Webber

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 […]


Top Theater Destinations in the USA (Besides NYC)

New York City is known as the top city for theater in the country, with numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway theaters, plus the Tony Awards are held here annually. However, there are other cities that offer hot spots for theater if New York is not the place for you, or maybe you’re too far away. Here […]

Seven Things I’m Looking Forward to in New York City!

In less than a week, I will be in the most fabulous place on earth, New York City! In my eager anticipation, I have written a list of things I’m psyched to check out on my upcoming visit. I’m counting down the days… Camp Broadway Dance - Though I won’t make it to the program, a […]

Places to Eat in NYC, John’s Pizzeria, Junior’s, more!

Whether it’s pre-show, post-show, or a no-show kind of day in New York, there are thousands of places to catch a bite. One of the best things about the city is that there is literally every kind of you food can think of and you can get something great to eat 24/7. My number one […]

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Big Fish, If/Then and Our Other Most Anticipated Shows of the Season!

Well it’s that time of the year again. Even though it seems like we were just screaming along to “Everybody Say Yeah” when Kinky Boots won the Tony for Best Musical this past June, it’s time for new shows to grace the Broadway stages. The 2013-2014 season is a very exciting one and I’ve picked […]

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 […]

What To Do Before Summer Ends

Everyone has a summer bucket list they’d like to complete before heading back to school next month. For theater lovers, that list can be lengthy due to all of the free time due to lack of school. Take advantage of this time when you don’t have to worry about waking up early for school or […]

Red, White, and Blue York

by Rory of My family loves fireworks. Every Fourth of July, we trek far and wide in search of the best fireworks. For the first time this year, we went to Hoboken, NJ to watch the fireworks over the river and against the New York City skyline. I can safely say that my family will go back […]

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