The road to Broadway can be a bumpy ride, but Josh Lamon has proven that hard work and persistence can pay off. Obsessed with theater from an early age, success did not come easy and it took 10 years of ups and downs in NYC before Josh finally made his Broadway debut.
This week we are featuring Chelsea Swanson, the artist behind Custom Broadway, a resource for hand painted Broadway and theatre themed gifts. If you’ve got a passion, Chelsea has got the paint.
Gerard Canonico made his Broadway debut at ten years old. Since then, he has had a busy career in shows like Spring Awakening and Groundhog Day. Gerard is currently playing Rich in Be More Chill and is starring in the movie musical, Stuck.
This week we are featuring Andrea Koehler, creator of Coloring Broadway. Coloring Broadway creates Broadway inspired coloring products that pair mindfulness with musical theatre.
Women like Chilina Kennedy are blazing new trails on Broadway. While founding a new theater company and developing her own show, she is also playing Carole King in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical eight times a week. Add the role of Mom to her already packed schedule and you’ll understand why she redefines what it means to be a “Natural Woman.”
Michael Campayno’s Broadway journey is a pretty magical tale. While still in college, he was cast in The Sound of Music Live! and then went on to star in Wicked as Fiyero. Now he’s tackling his first original role as Rob Camilletti, Cher’s boyfriend in The Cher Show.
This week we are featuring Jack Abrams. Jack is the creator of Broadway Bricks, a one-a-kind idea where Broadway and plastic meet. Building bricks (Legos) are made to look like characters from Broadway shows.