THE CAMP BROADWAY ENSEMBLE TO PERFORM AT THE NEW YORK POPS 40th BIRTHDAY GALA CONCERT AT CARNEGIE HALL ON MAY 1, 2023 Casting Notice for Singer/Dancers, Ages 12-17
New York, NY | February 02, 2023 09:37 AM Eastern Standard Time
The Broadway Education Alliance is pleased to announce that the Camp Broadway Ensemble will perform with The New York Pops at their 40th Birthday Gala at Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall on Monday, May 1, 2023. The New York Pops’ acclaimed Music Director and Conductor Steven Reineke will direct this all-star concert event that features a world-renowned 78-member orchestra. The New York Pops will honor the Grammy®, Tony®, and Emmy® Award-winning icon, Barry Manilow.
Camp Broadway offers aspiring tween and teen performers, ages 12-17, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in a 3-day theater program taught by a team of Broadway professionals that culminates in a musical performance on stage at Carnegie Hall, New York’s most prestigious venue. Camp Broadway’s exclusive program includes classes in vocal performance, movement and acting, special guests and more.
Audition tapes are being accepted now. Professional performance experience is NOT necessary. For more information about casting eligibility, audition submission guidelines, rehearsal schedule, and program attributes, visit https://campbroadway.com/new-york-pops-gala.
This year’s concert marks Camp Broadway’s 15th appearance with The New York Pops. ”We are thrilled to have Camp Broadway join us once again for our 40th Birthday Gala,” says Anne Swanson, The New York Pops Executive Director. "Together we share a commitment to bring together students from New York City, throughout the United States, and around the world to share in the joys of musical performance with our orchestra.”
Camp Broadway® is an award-winning theater arts enrichment program that provides children access to exceptional performing arts instruction and performance opportunities.
To learn more about this and other Camp Broadway camps, classes and events, visit www.CampBroadway.com.
To learn more about The New York Pops, visit https://newyorkpops.org/40th-birthday-gala.
Camp Broadway is an award-winning theater arts enrichment program recognized as Broadway’s “original” summer destination for theater-loving kids. Founded in 1995, the program makes theatre arts an accessible and engaging way for creative children to build confidence, hone presentation skills and discover their unique talents on and off the stage. Owned and operated by the Broadway Education Alliance Inc. (“BEA”), a not-for-profit corporation focused on expanding arts education and enrichment programming, Camp Broadway is known as a theater industry leader in audience engagement and a trusted source for year-round experiential programs. Over 400,000 children have attended Camp Broadway camps, educational workshops, and special performance events held in New York and at partner performing arts centers around the United States. Camp Broadway ® is the recipient of a many industry recognitions including a Special Drama Desk Award for its decades long work in building theatre audiences and artists.
BROADWAY EDUCATION ALLIANCE INC.
Broadway Education Alliance Inc. (BEA) is a New York based 501(c)(3) organization supporting theater arts education and enrichment programs that inspire creativity, build confidence, and stimulate critical thinking in children of all ages. Founded in 2008, BEA is the international operator of Camp Broadway®. The organization developed and produced the National High School Musical Theatre Awards (aka The Jimmy Awards®) building it into the Broadway’s national education platform, and it continues to present the Greater New York regional award program, called The Roger Rees Awards for Excellence in Student Performance. BEA also serves as the fiscal sponsor and administrator for many theater arts educational programs sponsored by Broadway shows, that providing children in underserved communities access to theater artists and performance opportunities. The organization recently acquired StageNotes®, a library of theatrical study guides, and the At This Stage®, a digital workshop archive that produces and distributes author-approved, rights-cleared education materials into K-12 schools. For more information, visit www.BEAlliance.org.
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Susan E. Lee
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