#8 – Tara Rubin, Casting Director

#8 – Tara Rubin, Casting Director

Camp Broadway presents Develop Your Character hosted by Elysa Gardner who talks with theatre insiders about ideas to help culture-loving kids and aspiring artists become great performers at every stage of their lives. This episode features Tara Rubin, president of Tara Rubin Casting, who serves as the casting director of Disney’s Aladdin, Dear Evan Hansen, Ain’t Too Proud, Sing Street, The Phantom of the Opera and a very long roster of other Broadway and regional productions, films, television shows and concert events.

#7 – Melissa Errico

#7 – Melissa Errico

Camp Broadway presents Develop Your Character hosted by Elysa Gardner who talks with theatre insiders about ideas to help culture-loving kids and aspiring artists become great performers at every stage of their lives. This episode features Melissa Errico, award-winning actress, recording artist and essayist for the New York Times.

#6 – Dara Paige Bloomfield

#6 – Dara Paige Bloomfield

Camp Broadway presents Develop Your Character hosted by Elysa Gardner who talks with theatre insiders about ideas to help culture-loving kids and aspiring artists become great performers at every stage of their lives. This episode features Dara Paige Bloomfield, actress, educator, and producer of Growing Up Broadway, a series of cabaret concerts featuring Broadway’s former and current child performers.

#4 – Ruthie Fierberg, Senior Features Editor for Playbill

#4 – Ruthie Fierberg, Senior Features Editor for Playbill

This episode features Ruthie Fierberg, Senior Features Editor for Playbill where she creates informative behind-the-scenes stories, artist interviews, and multimedia features, and hosts Playbill’s “Live from the Red Carpet” specials on Broadway’s opening nights. She’s also led Talks at the New York’s 92nd Street Y, BroadwayCon, and more.

#3 – Tasha Partee, Award-winning Educator

#3 – Tasha Partee, Award-winning Educator

This episode features Tasha Partee, playwright, performer and recipient of the 2019 Inspiring Teacher Award presented by The Broadway League Foundation at the National High School Musical Theater Awards, popularly known as the Jimmy® Awards. She currently serves as Upper School theater director at Lawrence Woodmere Academy on New York’s Long Island. Her student, Andrew Barth Feldman, won the 2018 Jimmy® Award for Best Performance by an Actor, and has been starring in the Broadway production of Dear Evan Hansen in the title role for the past year.

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