Disney Musicals Are So Back

  It’s no question that Disney movies, especially ones that have songs could be tailored to be set on a Broadway stage. With Broadway hits such as The Lion King, Mary Poppins, most current dance sensation Newsies. It is proven that it is never impossible to bring Disney magic to the Great White Way, no […]


HONK! The Greatest Musical You’ve Never Heard Of

If I say, “HONK!”, you probably don’t think of a fantastic, Olivier-Award winning musical by the brilliant team of George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. Nope. You probably think of car horns, clown noses and geese. If you do think of geese, you’re certainly on the right track. You see, HONK! is a distinctly British musical based […]

The Broadway Attendance Dilemma…Ticket Prices.

Houston, we have a problem. For the second year in a row, the attendance on Broadway- meaning the total number of patrons that purchased tickets in any given season- has fallen. Badly. First, the 2011-2012 Season fell a, mind you, minimal 2% from the previous year. However, when the Broadway League posted the data from […]

Wallace Smith

Interview with Wallace Smith of Choir Boy, Godspell and ROCKY!

From Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Regional theater in a variety of roles, Wallace Smith has done it all. Joining the cast of The Lion King and shortly working up to the lead role to the recent Off-Broadway summer hit Choir Boy, he continues to impress audiences with his amazing flexibility and acting talent. I got the chance […]

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 […]

Broadway Pumpkin Ideas

Broadway Pumpkin Designs

Halloween is quickly approaching, bringing about the traditions of costumes, candy corn, haunted houses, and PUMKINS! One of my favorite Halloween traditions is pumpkin carving. It started out with a traditional jack-o-lantern featuring triangle eyes, nose and a buck-toothed smile. These days, people are getting very creative with producing their art on a pumpkin canvas. […]

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 […]


Theater Across the Pond in London’s West End

Today I thought I would dedicate a whole blog to the West End. We may have just entered our new Broadway season, but they’ve also got a whole new slew of important shows coming down the pipe-work across the pond. Plus, there’s a host of shows from last season that have been carrying Broadway buzz […]


Backstage at Disney’s The Lion King

Camp Broadway recently sent me backstage at Disney’s The Lion King for the chance to watch the show from the technical booth, get a backstage tour, and have an in-depth conversation with the man that runs the ship day-to-day, Ron Vodicka.  Ron is the Production Stage Manager, and in this interview he describes his position, […]


National High School Musical Theater Awards – The Jimmy’s

Note from the editor: Our intern for the summer, Madeline O’Brien, shares her experience of working on the 5th Annual National High School Musical Theater Awards! Prior to this summer, I had never been involved in the National High School Musical Theater Awards. But Camp Broadway allowed me to throw myself right into the thick […]

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