Mainstage San Antonio Callboard
July 29-August, 2019









Charline McCombs Empire Theatre

226 N St Mary’s St

San Antonio, TX 78205

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Cast Members will be provided with 2 Camp Broadway t-shirts to wear during all rehearsals.  They should wear comfortable and non-constricting dance-like or exercise-like clothes.  They may choose sneakers or soft-soled dance shoes for footwear.

If you would like to purchase additional t-shirts for $15 each, use the button below to log in to your Active account.


While we do provide t-shirts to wear during rehearsal, we ask that participants and their families coordinate a costume at home for our Family Finale Performance. All costumes should consist of items you can find at home with the aim that you will not have to purchase costume pieces for the Family Finale Performance. In addition to your child’s costume, black dance or exercise pants or shorts should be worn for the Camp Broadway Finale along with a clean Camp Broadway t-shirt. All costumes and clothing should be labeled on the underside with your child’s first and last name.

Costume guidelines and suggestions coming soon.



To access your account on Camp Broadway’s portal on the Active Network, please log in by using the button below and the email address and password you chose at the time of registration. This is where you will log in to complete supplemental forms, and make payments.



Medical Form: June 29

Balance Due: June 29


Lunch will be catered by COMING SOON. Healthy sandwiches, fruit, and a snack will be provided each day. All allergies and dietary restrictions listed on your medical form have been taken into consideration. If you have not included this in your medical form, log in below.


Michelle Robinson

Michelle Robinson

Director / Choreographer

Michelle M. Robinson, a native of New York, is an accomplished dancer, actress, and choreographer. As a dancer, she began her training at The Dance Theatre of Harlem. As early as her pre-teens she became a member of the Marie Brooks Children’s Dance Theater, a professional children’s dance company devoted to researching dance forms from other countries. She has had the opportunity to travel to such places as Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad, Martinique, Suriname, Ghana, Italy, and Brazil. The recipient of the coveted Harry Belafonte Performing Arts Scholarship, she went on to attend the State University of New York at Purchase where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. After graduation, her talents were sought after by many prestigious dance companies: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, The Bucket Dance Theater, The Dance Theatre of Harlem and The Eleo Pomare Dance Company. But that was only until Michelle set her sights on Broadway.

From Europe to Broadway, Ms. Robinson’s musical theater credit include: Ain’t Misbehavin’, Can-Can, For Colored Girls…, Jelly’s Last Jam, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Sophisticated Ladies, They’re Playing Our Song, Sweet Charity, The Tempest, and the smash Broadway musical revival, Chicago. She has had the opportunity to work alongside notables as Bebe Neuwirth, Gregory Hines, Patrick Stewart, Joel Grey, Debbie Allen, Melanie Griffith, and Brooke Shields, just to name a few. However, Ms. Robinson admits that one of her most memorable show biz moments was becoming a Radio City Rockette. She acknowledges that nothing gave her as much joy and pleasure as when she heard her mother say, “No matter where my child is on that kick line, I will be able to find her!” No stranger to film and television, her television credits include appearances on Deadline, Law and Order, New York Undercover, Third Watch, and HBO’s Lackawanna Blues. Ms. Robinson has also had a long running, recurring role on the daytime soap opera, One Life to Live. On film, she can be seen in Spike Lee’s Malcolm X, Flawless starring Robert DeNiro.

Bill Newberry

Bill Newberry

Music Director

Bill Newberry is a music director, teacher, performer and composer/arranger from Atlanta, Georgia. National Tours: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (three different ones!), Annie (four different ones!), Les Miserables, The King and I, The Sound of Music, High School Musical I and II, and more. Regional music directing productions: Hello Dolly!, Joseph…Dreamcoat, Peter Pan (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Violet, Once Upon a Mattress, My Fair Lady, Murder Ballad, Once on This Island, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, See What I Wanna See, Oklahoma!, End of the Rainbow (Actor’s Express), Camelot, Tuck Everlasting (Alliance Theatre), Curtains (Act 3 Productions). Bill has taught privately for many years, was the music director for the Fox Theatre’s Rising Stars Summer Musical Theatre Intensive, and is the resident music director for the Atlanta Lyric Theatre’s Education Programs. Bill studied at Florida State and Georgia State University. He has worked with Chita Rivera on the world premiere of Casper, the Musical. He has been a vocal coach for Diana Degarmo (American Idol Season 3 runner-up), and 4 other artists who made it to Hollywood Week.

Chelsea Belcastro

Chelsea Belcastro

Featured Player

Chelsea is thrilled to be back doing her fourth season with Camp Broadway! She truly enjoys working with the wonderful staff and kids, and spreading her joy of musical theater. She graduated from Montclair State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in  Musical Theater in 2013 and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. Chelsea has performed in many shows, including the role of Poquito Tito in the National Tour of Skippy Jon Jones with Theaterworks USA. Another one of her favorite roles was portraying Anita in West Side Story with the Atlanta Lyric Theater. Other roles include Edwin Drood in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Belle in Beauty and the Beast. She is looking forward to a great summer with Camp Broadway.

Robby Owenby

Robby Owenby

Featured Player

ROBBY OWENBY holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Brenau University and is a proud graduate of the Gainesville Theatre Alliance, a nationally acclaimed collaboration between Brenau University, University of North Georgia, Theatre Professionals and the Northeast Georgia Community. Robby is an actor, singer, fire performer, creator, and budding producer. Recent Atlanta Credits include: Mayor Strasser in Heidi (Synchronicity Theatre), Foster Wilson/Pawnee Bill in Annie Get Your Gun *Woody Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical (Stage Door Players), and Robert U/S/Ensemble in The Bridges of Madison County (Aurora Theatre.) And later this year he will perform in the ensemble of Theatrical Outfit’s production of 110 In The Shade


Have a question about a Camp Broadway program? Dale Semler will be happy to help!  She can be reached via email at or via phone at 646-876-9064.