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Self-Confidence and the Performing Arts, a Personal Story

Written by Ericka Correia Teens of all ages struggle with self-confidence. This can range from peer pressure and a need for social acceptance to the role that social media plays on a young person’s self-esteem. Sadly, this limits their ability to realize their talents and reach their dreams. I know... read more →

14 Fun Facts from Shrek The Musical

The Dreamworks Animation Shrek franchise has been widely successful and is loved by over 41 million fans around the world. Its success brought about the Broadway musical in 2008. In this post, you’ll learn some fun facts about Shrek The Musical that may surprise you! Shrek The Musical Script Shrek... read more →

Defying Gravity

by Stacey Rattner I have been binge-watching Ali Stroker on YouTube all week. Hold on. Ali Stroker is not a name in your cannon? Inconceivable! In 2019 she won the Tony Award for best actress in a musical. Talk about defying gravity! She's in a wheelchair and incredible! TBH, I... read more →

A Walk Down Memory Lane with Bill Ahearn – Remembering 20 Years

Note from Camp Broadway: To celebrate our 25 years, we have been listening to stories from some of our longtime collaborators, fans, and alumni. This week we are thrilled to hear from Bill Ahearn who we met in Tempe, AZ. Are you a Camp Broadway Alumni? Join Camp Broadway Forever... read more →

A New Legacy for Camp Broadway

Broadway’s “Gypsy Swatch” is getting a new name—The Legacy Project—inspired by the Actors’ Equity Association, who changed the name of the “Gypsy Robe” to The Legacy Robe in 2018. The tradition of the Legacy Robe originally called the Gypsy Robe, began on Broadway in 1950, when a member of a... read more →

Mrs. Doubtfire Comes to Camp Broadway!

HELLOOOO! CAMP BROADWAY… MRS. DOUBTFIRE THE MUSICAL TO BE FEATURED AT VIRTUAL MUSICAL THEATER CAMP FOR KIDS, 10-17 TWO SESSIONS ONLY—JULY 13-24 AND JULY 27-AUG 7 Camp Broadway LLC, an award-winning leader in theater arts-focused youth enrichment programming, celebrates the company’s 25th anniversary with the announcement of MyMainstage—their first virtual,... read more →

5 Virtual Ways to Boost Skills for Broadway loving kids

Has your son memorized the entire "Hamilton" cast recording? Maybe your daughter knows all the dance moves from "Newsies." Or perhaps your kid has already had a leading role in their school production or attended a musical theatre camp. Congratulations, you have a Broadway kid!. If your child has a... read more →

ANNOUNCING HOMESCHOOLING CO-OP

ATTENTION HOME SCHOOL PARENTS CAMP BROADWAY ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF HOMESCHOOLING CO-OP TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO THEATRE ARTS PROGRAMS, and CELEBRATES 2020 HOMESCHOOLING CERTIFICATION BY OFFERING A FULL SCHOLARSHIP FOR A STUDENT, 10-16, TO ATTEND OUR VIRTUAL MUSICAL THEATRE CAMP, JULY 27-AUG 7 Camp Broadway LLC, an award-winning leader in theater... read more →

Chasing Guys and Dolls

by Holly Raye In 1992, Guys and Dolls directed by Jerry Zaks, starring Faith Prince, Nathan Lane opened on Broadway. I didn’t have an opportunity to audition for the original cast as I was on tour with another show for two years during that time. On a tour break, I... read more →

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