Develop Your Character Hosted by Elysa Gardner

Develop Your Character

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Camp Broadway celebrates its 25th anniversary with the launch its own podcast, Develop Your Character. Theatre journalist, Elysa Gardner hosts a series of candid conversations with industry experts, theatre educators and savvy parents discussing strategies to help culture-consuming kids and aspiring young artists become great performers—on stage, off stage and at every stage of their lives.

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Episodes

#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 ...
Develop Your Character Episode 2 - Greg Nobile, Producer

#2 – Greg Nobile, Producer

This episode features Greg Nobile, Camp Broadway alumni, entrepreneur, and the youngest producer on Broadway to win a Tony® Award—which he received for A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder. This season he is producing two critically acclaimed productions on Broadway, Moulin Rouge! and Slave Play ...
Develop Your Character Episode #1 - Colleen Jennings Roggensak, President, ASU/Gammage

#1 – Colleen Jennings Roggensak, President, ASU/Gammage

The first episode features Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, an arts leader and visionary who for the past 26 years has been the Executive Director of ASU Gammage and Vice President for Cultural Affairs for Arizona State University. She was previously president of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, served on ...
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Elysa Gardner hosts a series of candid conversations with industry experts, theatre educators and savvy parents discussing strategies to help culture-consuming kids and aspiring young artists become great performers—on stage, off stage and at every stage of their lives. Created by the team at Camp Broadway ...

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