5 Life Lessons from 8 Years in Theatre

Camp Broadway blog, oh, how I have missed you. This is Emma, back after a somewhat hiatus of focusing on my sophomore year, stage managing, and all sorts of other craziness. Today, I’m here to share with you some of the things I’ve learned from doing theatre for eight years. That’s over half my life! […]

Get to Know The Backstage Blonde, Teale Dvornik

For several months now, I have been an avid follower of the blog “The Backstage Blonde” which is written by Teale Dvornik. Teale lives in New York City and has a job in the theatre industry that often isn’t recognized by those outside of the industry. She works as a dresser on Broadway, currently for […]

5 Tricks for Seeing Shows on a Budget!

With the 2016-2017 season coming to an end, a sparkling new season of theatre is quickly approaching. With this comes the fact that buying several theatre tickets can add up in cost throughout the season, but there are several ways to lower the cost and save money this coming season! For those that live far […]

“BUZZ, Son of a Bee”- A New Show as Sweet as Honey!

Spring is here! With this new season, comes a special new announcement: To help keep our environment healthy, Camp Broadway is excited to be teaming up with the Broadway Green Alliance in order to encourage theater-loving kids to be more green. Read more about our partnership here! Soon, the grass will be greener than ever, the […]

“Good Luck!…Er, Um- Break a Leg!”

We’ve all been there. We mutter the “GL” words, and hope we haven’t consequently cursed our fellow actor’s entire performance- while maybe receiving the stink eye from our cast mates around us. But even during the luckiest month of the year, why don’t we say “good luck” onstage? Although its origins are disputed, many beliefs […]

Perfect Production Staff Presents!

Imagine this- maybe your director helped you grow immensely during the show, maybe you don’t want to spend much money, and maybe you want to get them something super special! As theatre kids, we sure do love our production staff. After all, they teach us everything we know and help us grow as performers throughout […]

“Opening Up” with Cate Elefante, Lulu in Waitress!

When Cate Elefante comes home from a long day at school, she does something rarely any other kindergartener gets to experience on a daily basis. After Cate eats dinner, her mom drives her to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where she performs the role of Lulu in the hit Broadway musical, Waitress. It may seem hard to […]

A Day in the Life of a Stage Manager in Training

When seeing a show, you might not realize how much is going on behind the walls of the stage, or even in a room hovering high above the audience. Inside of the Gershwin Theatre, the home of Wicked, there is an astounding number of people running the show. In addition to the 36 actors telling […]

Themed Restaurants, Theatre Style!

The restaurant industry and the theatre industry work hand-in-hand. Often, when audiences leave a show, they will make the most of a special night by enjoying a satisfying, fulfilling meal. I believe that to truly experience the full magic of seeing a show, the night should be a full experience, complete with food AND entertainment! […]

4 Reasons YOU Should Take Theatre in High School

Throughout high school, many students choose to explore new hobbies and programs that they have never imagined trying before. If you are looking for an exciting, always-changing, creativity-inspiring class, you should try Theatre! Taking high school theatre has so many more benefits than just learning how to perform in shows. You can learn so many […]




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