2021 Season Update

2021 Season Update

Broadway Theatre League of Utica is still offering exciting events along with opening applications to their student programs. Be on the lookout for new and upcoming classes, performances and information on re-opening.

Stephen Gabriel on Broadway Utica’s Podcast

Stephen Gabriel on Broadway Utica’s Podcast

Broadway Utica’s next podcast with Stephen Gabriel Danielle Padula, Executive Director of the Broadway Theatre League of Utica prepares to sit down with Stephen Gabriel, Partner at Work Light Productions on Thursday, March 4th at 12 noon on BACKSTAGE, Broadway Utica’s podcast. In 2005, Stephen Gabriel formed Work Light Productions to create and produce live… Continue Reading →

BAKE AND BROADWAY

BAKE AND BROADWAY

BROADWAY UTICA PRESENTS BAKE AND BROADWAY Broadway Theatre League of Utica (UTICA, NY) — Broadway Utica is proud to present “BAKE AND BROADWAY”. A fun virtual class for the whole family. This event will be hosted through ZOOM on Wednesday, February 24th at 6:30pm and is approximately 45 minutes long. Our chef for the night… Continue Reading →

How The Pandemic Has Affected Theater In My Life

How The Pandemic Has Affected Theater In My Life

How The Pandemic Has Affected Theater In My Life Everyone remembers when quarantine just started, March 13, 2020. I remember the time leading up to when schools shut down so vividly. It was a half-day at school for some reason; I remember the first period sitting in my English class and my teacher Mrs. Coffay… Continue Reading →

REVIEW OF THE PROM ON NETFLIX

REVIEW OF THE PROM ON NETFLIX

REVIEW OF THE PROM, on Netflix Ethan Witt, Broadway Theatre League of Utica Youth Ambassador  The Prom Review Recently I was given the opportunity to watch a musical called The Prom on Netflix. The Prom is a musical about several washed up actors who try and stay relevant through be activists towards supporting a lesbian… Continue Reading →

Virtual Audition Tips

Virtual Audition Tips

Virtual Audition Tips by Ahlanna Russell Hi there! I’m Ahlanna Russell and I’m currently a senior at Thomas R. Proctor High School. Throughout the pandemic, I’ve been preparing for musical theatre and vocal performance college auditions. The format of these auditions obviously looks different from what it has been normally. However, I was still looking… Continue Reading →

Performing Arts and Mental Health

Performing Arts and Mental Health

How Being Creative In The Performing Arts Can Help Your Mental Health! Definition of Performing Arts is a form of creative activity that is performed in front of an audience, such as drama, music, and dance. For anyone, expressing creativity can help you to focus your mind and control your thoughts. Many kids from the… Continue Reading →

Live Theatre is Suffering During the Covid-19

Live Theatre is Suffering During the Covid-19

How Live Theatre is Suffering During the Covid-19 Pandemic The live theater industry is home to over 100 different types of jobs, and statista.com states that, “Approximately 146 thousand people worked for not-for-profit professional theaters in some capacity in the United States in 2016”. That is an unbelievable amount of people who are making little… Continue Reading →

High School Musicals During Covid

High School Musicals During Covid

How Covid-19 Impacted My Schools Musical For 2021 As Covid continues to impact everybody’s life in various ways, one thing that continues to be in question is Broadway, Musical Theatre, and live performances. For the moment, most activities that surround musical theatre have been put on pause. My High School alternates having a High School… Continue Reading →