re: The Best Broadway themed cake I have ever seen

winston89
Broadway Legend
joined:6/18/06

I know this is semi Broadway releated but I thought it looked pretty cool

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bestinshow2
Broadway Star
joined:2/25/08
The best? That's the only Broadway themed cake I've ever seen. But it is awesome.
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MelissaF
Leading Actor
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That is incredible.
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winston89
Broadway Legend
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When I said Broadway themed I was thinking more along the lines of the cakes you see that are used to celebrate X number of performances for a Broadway show or a major milestone or an opening night. The kinds of cakes that you see in Broadway photo ops.

By the way, I got this off the website for Charm City Cakes the bakery that on Ace Of Cakes on Food Network.
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meredithchandler73
Stand-by
joined:11/18/06
Wow. Where was this cake made? And who made it?
nitsua
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joined:11/25/07
From Winston's last post:

"By the way, I got this off the website for Charm City Cakes the bakery that on Ace Of Cakes on Food Network."

Geoff probably made it.
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adrian55
Understudy
joined:2/12/07
Chef Duff made the cake.

It was made for the opening night of the Avenue Q National Tour in Baltimore.
Updated On: 4/3/08 at 01:27 PM
caquino
Swing
joined:1/29/08
Duh. Thanks for pointing out that the answer was already in a previous post.

I've seen a few eps of Ace of Cakes - the stuff they make is pretty amazing. I can't imagine how much those specialty cakes must cost.
withoutlovewithoutU
Broadway Legend
joined:1/25/06
I watched the episode of the show that this was on. Sooo funny! The cake was amazing and the puppets came into the shop and caused some drama! lol. Really fun to watch.

"If we don't live happily ever after at least we survive until the end of the week!" -Kermit the frog "I need the money... it costs a lot to look this cheap!" -Dolly P. "Oh please, Over at 'Gypsy' Patti LuPone hasn't even alienated her first daughter yet!" Mary Testa in "Xanadu" "...Like a drunk Chita Rivera!" Robin de Jesus in "In the Heights"

"B*tch, I don't know your life." -Xanadu After that if he still doesn't understand why you were uncomfortable and are now infuriated, kick him again but this time with Jazz Hands!!! -KillerTofu
jaystarr
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I think .. there's a XANADU cake, Chicago cake & Beauty & the Beast cake...

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withoutlovewithoutU
Broadway Legend
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Oh, and you can't see it in that picture but the other side of the cake is the backstage of the theater!

"If we don't live happily ever after at least we survive until the end of the week!" -Kermit the frog "I need the money... it costs a lot to look this cheap!" -Dolly P. "Oh please, Over at 'Gypsy' Patti LuPone hasn't even alienated her first daughter yet!" Mary Testa in "Xanadu" "...Like a drunk Chita Rivera!" Robin de Jesus in "In the Heights"

"B*tch, I don't know your life." -Xanadu After that if he still doesn't understand why you were uncomfortable and are now infuriated, kick him again but this time with Jazz Hands!!! -KillerTofu
Brave Sir Robin2
Broadway Legend
joined:5/20/07
I love Ace Of Cakes! I liked the Harry Poppter Hogwarts Castle cake and this one!
dramarama2
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joined:5/6/07
Hmmm yummy.
A little known fact is that in the original screenplay, Pan's Labyrinth was Pan's FLAByrinth. Hmmmmmmm...glad they changed it.
dramarama2
Broadway Legend
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Someone ought to make a BWW cake.
A little known fact is that in the original screenplay, Pan's Labyrinth was Pan's FLAByrinth. Hmmmmmmm...glad they changed it.
theminutepast
Broadway Star
joined:2/1/06
I like the Phantom cake, but the Avenue Q cake is just a cake with a set on top of it. Not very creative...
haddaddy3
Stand-by
joined:8/1/07
That's amazing!
You look absolutely terrific, honestly.
Yero my Hero
Broadway Legend
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My favorite Broadway cake, also from Charm City Cakes:

http://charmcitycakes.com/noflash/index.cfm?rd=cakes2&cat=2&id=304

(I don't know how to post pictures.)

I have already informed my boyfriend that this will be our wedding cake. He was okay with it.
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Updated On: 4/3/08 at 04:37 PM
adrian55
Understudy
joined:2/12/07
"I like the Phantom cake, but the Avenue Q cake is just a cake with a set on top of it. Not very creative... "

Actually, the whole thing, set and all, was the cake. And it was all completely edible except for a few small wires to make a tree.
roseaddams
Broadway Star
joined:6/19/06
"I like the Phantom cake, but the Avenue Q cake is just a cake with a set on top of it. Not very creative..."

Actually, the whole thing is a cake. The set and all.
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withoutlovewithoutU
Broadway Legend
joined:1/25/06
Yero my Hero: hahaha, yeah I love that cake too! Just too fun.

"If we don't live happily ever after at least we survive until the end of the week!" -Kermit the frog "I need the money... it costs a lot to look this cheap!" -Dolly P. "Oh please, Over at 'Gypsy' Patti LuPone hasn't even alienated her first daughter yet!" Mary Testa in "Xanadu" "...Like a drunk Chita Rivera!" Robin de Jesus in "In the Heights"

"B*tch, I don't know your life." -Xanadu After that if he still doesn't understand why you were uncomfortable and are now infuriated, kick him again but this time with Jazz Hands!!! -KillerTofu
BrodyFosse123
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joined:2/27/06
Made for the Baltimore premiere of the HAIRSPRAY film:








So what does that make you, Brody? A zero-trick pony? - Wanna Be A Foster .........................The only power brody wields is in his own mind, joe. But it's amusing to watch him pretend nonetheless. - tazber
Updated On: 4/3/08 at 05:05 PM
matty159
Broadway Star
joined:3/30/07
It is definitely all cake. My Boss' daughter was one of the folks working on it...trust me, we hear all the in's and out's whether we want to or not. I think he has even stopped referring to her by her real name and calls her Ace of Cakes. Each week is a full recap over the phone!
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matty159
Broadway Star
joined:3/30/07
Nice cake, idinaismyidol! I think it was my 21st or 22nd birthday, and my parents got me a cake that was a recreation of a Miss Saigon Playbill cover...they surreptiously grabbed it from my collection and had it recreated with Pryce and Salonga's autographs on it too. I wish I had a scanner right now to post it. It was awesome. I didn't want to cut it. And the cake was red velvet!
2014 Seen-It List: The Glass Menagerie, A Man's A Man, WOW (at BRIC), Bullets Over Broadway, Here Lies Love, Mothers and Sons, TONY Awards Dress Rehearsal
Eris0303
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joined:7/30/07
Not Broadway but I had a Red Dwarf cake for my 22nd birthday.

It was either going to be that or Slipper and the Rose
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shh282
Broadway Legend
joined:3/7/08
You know normally I don't like getting birthday cakes in general- but I might ask if I can just so I can get a broadway themed cake...
Eris0303
Broadway Legend
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Wait, didn't I post in this thread?
"All our dreams can come true -- if we have the courage to pursue them." -- Walt Disney We must have different Gods. My God said "do to others what you would have them do to you". Your God seems to have said "My Way or the Highway".

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