By Eric Gelb SMASH – was a SMASH, if you can remember. SMASH, conceived by Theresa Rebeck, followed the trials and tribulations of the Broadway community. Within the four walls Rebeck constructed for the show to live within, there was HIT LIST, the Off-Broadway smash. There was HEAVEN ON EARTH, a long-running hit that represented […]

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 […]

Newsies: Talent On Stage and Off!

It seems like just yesterday that Newsies was being put on at the PaperMill Playhouse, a regional production with dreams of being on Broadway. And then the show got a 16 week limited run on Broadway that turned into an open ended run, and now the show is producing tickets by the bulk, enough to […]

Peter Pan on NBC: Keeping Tradition Alive

After the success of The Sound of Music last December, with over 18.5 million viewers, NBC has signed on to do a musical again for the 2014 holiday season.  This time around producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan (produced films Chicago, Hairspray) will be traveling to Never Never Land with the musical Peter Pan. This […]

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 […]

NBC Is Alive with The Sound of Music Live!

This December, the family-friendly classic musical (and Hillary’s all-time favorite) The Sound of Music will be broadcast live on NBC. Our Camp Broadway staff members and blog writers are extremely excited, so here are 5 reasons why you should watch The Sound of Music this holiday season! 1. It’s LIVE! No pre-recording, this show will be […]

Wicked Witches – Where Are They Now?

With Wicked celebrating its tenth anniversary on Broadway this month, I sought to look back at all of the leading ladies that have taken on the roles of Elphaba and Glinda to see what they’re doing now. The results cover a wide range of projects including originating other roles on Broadway, winning awards, building fantastic […]

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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 […]

The Best Broadway Restaurants

A little while back I wrote about one of my favorite post-show eateries, Junior’s, where I love to “decompress” over a big slice of cheesecake following a fantastic show.  And it got me thinking.  I love Junior’s, but it’s just one of the many iconic midtown restaurants that have found their way into NYC’s theatrical […]

Camp Broadway’s Favorite Things

Normally I report on the Broadway community at large, but today I’m dedicating a post to the Camp Broadway blog family. If you follow Camp Broadway or any of the other bloggers on Facebook or Twitter, you have noticed that we love to talk to each other across the web…A LOT. We’re a bunch of […]

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