Tony Award Winning Bandstand

By Skylar Raye Noyes   My newest obsession on Broadway is definitely Bandstand: The New American Musical! I was fortunate enough to see it twice, once in previews and a second time after it opened! It was interesting to see how the show changed from previews to opening. Not only... read more →

Seizing The Day With “Newsies”!

Newsies: a Disney classic and a Broadway smash! Not to mention a 2012 Tony Award Winner for best score and best choreography! Notorious for “the Newsie jump” and musical numbers such as “Seize the Day”, this musical swept Pittsburgh off its feet! If you have never seen Newsies, it is "based... read more →

Waitress’ “Sweet-as-Pie” Ella Dane Morgan & Mother Laura Morgan!

Throughout the past year, I have had the amazing opportunity to interview several people, all thanks to the amazing blog team at Camp Broadway. Today, I am even more excited to bring you an interview with Ella Dane Morgan, who currently is one of two young girls playing Lulu in... read more →

A Magical Night at the Tonys

What is the biggest night on Broadway? The Tony Awards of course! Usually on Tony Awards night I'm snuggled up on my couch with a bowl of popcorn watching the event on TV, but this year I got to see it live in person! Camp Broadway took me and some... read more →

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... read more →

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!... read more →

My Induction Into The International Thespian Society

“Act well your part; there all the honor lies.”   That is the infamous motto of the International Thespian Society. Founded in 1929, ITS started with the aim of achieving student recognition in the arts. The program's founders were a group of teachers in Fairmont, West Virginia. Named after Thespis,... read more →

CB’s Featured Players Bring the Heat to Camp This Summer!

At Camp Broadway, there is a long-time tradition, like most summer camps, of having camp counselors lead groups. However, at CB, these group leaders are called “Featured Players” and are involved in the entire process of putting on a performance for family members at the end of camp. This week,... read more →

Carnegie Hall, Groundhog Day, and More!

A group trip to New York City may seem stressful- especially when it’s a trip meticulously composed of 113 choir kids from the West Coast, all high school students. The trip that I went on this spring break can’t compare to any other trip I’ve been on in my entire... read more →

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