Next Step Highlights 2015

The Next Step offers a specialized program of musical theater classes taught by Broadway professionals, for aspiring performers, ages 14-17, who have had some previous on-stage experience. A highly unique program, The Next Stepweaves traditional musical theater training into an immersive theatrical environment designed to give participants the opportunity to understand what it’s really like to be […]


Camp Broadway Highlights 2015

Each summer since 1995, over 30,000 kids from all over the country have attended Camp Broadway’s 5-day signature program, working with industry professionals direct from Broadway in an authentic Broadway rehearsal process to perform classic numbers from Broadway’s most beloved shows.  This summer, Camp Broadway celebrated its 20th anniversary of connecting Broadway professionals with theater-loving […]

New York Spring Spectacular Rehearsal

Interview with Broadway Star, Crista Moore

Photo Credit: Carl Scheffel/MSG Photos Earlier in April, I had the opportunity to attend the opening night of The New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall to cheer on Crista Moore, star of the Broadway stage, and pal of CB! Later, we caught up with Crista to learn more about her current featured […]

Best Christmas Showtunes!

Christmas is fast approaching (6 days!), and we couldn’t be more excited! Lights adorn almost every building, holiday movies are always playing on television, and Christmas music is constantly on the radio! But, for the theatre lover, this presents the question: Should I actually be festive and listen to holiday music instead of showtunes all the […]

Why Newsies is a Great Family Friendly Show

There is an endless amount of entertainment on Broadway and this summer people from all over are taking a vacation to NYC to see the top actors performing in their favorite shows. Many people look for a great family friend show when they want to see a Broadway show, and I was recently asked by […]

King of New York Part 2 – NYC Sight Seeing

My second blog in my King of New York series focuses on the sights of New York City. There are plenty of places to visit in New York City; too much even to see in one trip. There are some places I haven’t been to yet, and I’ve been to New York five times! However, […]


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 […]

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