Red White & Blues Frequently Asked Questions

Red White & Blues Frequently Asked Questions

 How do I book Red, White and Blues on Broadway?

To book a Camp Broadway workshop, schedule a consultation with our Parent Liaison, Kathy Campbell. Call  212.575.2150 or email

Do I have to purchase tickets to a Broadway show?

No. Camp Broadway Workshops are available separate and apart from purchasing a show ticket. If you are interested in seeing a show on your trip, we are happy to refer you to a group sales agent.

How far in advance can I book my workshop and what information is needed at the time of booking?

Workshops can be booked up to one year in advance, and no later than one month in advance. At the time of booking please let our Program Manager know the preferred date of your event and the number of participants.

Blackout dates do apply.

When is Red, White and Blues available to be booked?

This program can take place Monday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM to accommodate both a workshop and lunch. If you group has a specific time request, please contact our Program Manager at

Blackout dates do apply.

 I’ve never been to a Camp Broadway program before– is that OK?

Yes. Camp Broadway programs are regularly attended by both returning participants and newcomers. While we have many returning participants, there is no pre-requisite for attending a program with us for the first time.

How much training does my group need to enroll in Red, White and Blues on Broadway?

No prior acting, singing or dancing experience is required to participate in Red, White and Blues on Broadway. Due to the ensemble nature of the program both beginners and experienced participants will be nurtured and challenged.

What are the Camp Broadway Staff Qualifications?

Camp Broadway staff members go through a rigorous interview and training process. Directors, Choreographers and Musical Directors must have Broadway and/or National Tour credits. Featured Players must have professional credits and Assistant Stage Managers are college age performers or recent graduates working towards a professional performing career. Our administrative staff, including on-site Company Managers, all have credentials in professional theatre as well. All staff submit to a background check and are CPR/First Aid certified.

Who are the workshop instructors?

Camp Broadway Workshop Instructors have Broadway credits and many of our Workshop Instructors are currently in Broadway Shows with a background and interest in teaching. All instructors are trained or vetted by Camp Broadway.

What is the capacity of Red, White and Blues on Broadway?

Red, White and Blues on Broadway can enroll a minimum of 40 and a maximum of 150 participants.

Where does Red, White and Blues on Broadway take place?

Red, White and Blues on Broadway takes place at the famed BB King Blues Club & Lucille’s Grill in the heart of Times Square on 42nd Street in New York City.

Can chaperones observe the workshop?

Yes, as long as there is sufficient space available so that the participant’s activity can occur comfortably and the fire and safety codes for each space are honored.

Can chaperones each with participants? Is there an additional cost?

Every Red, White and Blues booking includes five (5) chaperone meals. Additional meals cost $25.00 per person.

 What is the menu? What if my participants have dietary needs?

CLICK HERE to view the lunch menu. BB Kings and Camp Broadway will work with your group to ensure anyone in your group with a dietary need can be accommodated.

When will I receive complete information about the workshop?

A complete information packet with complete details will be made available one week prior to your event. Due to the nature of live events, all workshops details are confirmed one week prior to the event. The information packet will be emailed to the group leader or tour operator. The information packet contains: Workshop Instructor name and biography and Camp Broadway Host name and on-site contact number.

Where do I go when I arrive at BB Kings? Who will meet and manage the group onsite?

A Camp Broadway Host will greet your group outside of BB Kings and will guide you inside. The host will remain onsite for the duration of your workshop to moderate the workshop and ensure the groups’ needs are met.

Who do I call if I have a question the day of the workshop?

You can contact your Camp Broadway Host using a phone number provided in the information packet beginning one half hour before the start of your workshop.

 Am I allowed to video the workshop or take photos?

No. Video and photos during the workshop cause a distraction to both the Workshop Instructors and the participants. At the end of the session, the Camp Broadway Host will take a group photo with the participants and the Workshop Instructor. This will be made available to the leader of your group or tour operator.

 I have a specific idea in mind for my group. Who can I call to customize a workshop?

We are able to customize an experience for you. Contact our Program Manager at 212.575.2150 or