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, […]

Camp Broadway Dance: A Review!

There’s something about spending a weekend dancing in New York City, the center of the universe, that is just indescribable. However, I’m going to try my hardest to capture a little bit of my experience at Camp Broadway Dance, which I was invited to attend back in February. (Thanks, Camp Broadway!) The three-day program, which […]

Should Musicals Become Movies?

A little while back, I discussed the pros and cons of musicals that are based on movies.  But now, I want to think in the opposite direction- when musicals are turned into films. Everyone seems to have a strong opinion about this controversial subject.  Some people say that theater is for the theater and not a two-dimensional screen. This […]

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Grand Flea Market and Auction 2012

by Sami DeSocio On September 23, 2012, was the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Flea Market and Grand Auction. Held every year in late September, Broadway goes all out. Actors, Broadway personalities and shows donate things like baked goods, memorabilia, rare Playbills, raffle tickets to see shows, walk-on roles, rare photos, lunch with Angela Lansbury, and really anything […]

Recap: Broadway on Broadway

by Nicole M. Wright On Sunday September 9th, Times Square became the home for the twentieth anniversary of Broadway on Broadway. Fellow Camp Broadway blogger Alyson gave you an idea of what to expect beforehand (see here), but actually being there in person was very exciting. It began down a long line on 46th Street, with […]

Broadway on Broadway

by Alyson Leonard Broadway lovers unite! This upcoming Sunday, the 20th annual event Broadway on Broadway will be taking place at 11:30am in the heart of Times Square. For those who aren’t quite sure what Broadway on Broadway is, here’s a quick idea: it is a free outdoor concert presented by The Broadway League that features about a […]

Visit the Discovery Museum Times Square!

Having never been to the Discovery Museum in Times Square, I was thrilled at the inivitation to attend a sneak peek of two of their new exhibits, up through the summer.  Spy: The Exhibit  explores The Secret World of Espionage by granting access to materials and artifacts that were used by real spies.  I particularly enjoyed the […]

CB Interviews Carol Schuberg, Director of The Next Step!

Camp Broadway’s program for 15 to 18-year-olds, The Next Step, offers teens a chance to take “the next step” in their camp careers. If you’ve attended Camp Broadway for a few years and deciding to potentially pursue a career as a performer, The Next Step preps you for the more intricate ins-and-outs of the industry. […]

It’s A Wrap!

The Holiday Season is upon us here in NYC, the tree is up at Rockefeller Center, and holiday tunes (mostly Mariah Carey) are playing in every shop in Times Square. We kicked off the holiday season here at Camp Broadway with a wonderful experience in the 85th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade but we have […]

Sunny at Large: 85th Annual Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade Edition!

Walking in the Macy’s Parade always sounded like a dream to me, and this year Camp Broadway was able to make that dream come true.  While I have been working as the Social Media Correspondent for Camp Broadway for a while now, I was asked to come on board additionally as the Program Coordinator for […]

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