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Jenny Turknett

Jenny Turknett Jenny Turknett, a theatre enthusiast and former food critic for the Atlanta Journal-Consitution, is the parent of a teen Broadway hopeful. She resides in Atlanta with her husband and two children. With her husband Josh, she co-hosts the podcast "From Atlanta to Broadway," a show for Broadway hopefuls and their families.



Bringing Up Broadway: Holiday Gift Ideas for Broadway Hopefuls!
November 29, 2019

We make holiday shopping easy for your Broadway hopeful. Here you'll find options for a range of ages at a variety of price points.

Bringing Up Broadway: Training the Body and Mind
November 25, 2019

Tips for taking the often-overlooked path to maximize performance and standout amongst the competition: A holistic approach to theatre training.

BRINGING UP BROADWAY: The Ultimate Guide to Enrolling in Summer Theatre Intensives
October 18, 2019

Summer planning starts now for Broadway hopefuls! Explore the ever-expanding program options available for musical theatre students.

September 9, 2019

I still remember where I was when I got the text. I bet you do, too. You know the one, that text from your child who is completely and utterly devastated not to have gotten a coveted part.

Bringing Up Broadway: Does Your Child Need an Acting Coach?
August 14, 2019

Your child may not be getting the acting direction you think they are during the context of a show. Acting coach and director Michelle Evans explains why and gives advice for developing essential acting techniques.

Bringing Up Broadway: Three Things Musical Theatre Did for My Child (and for the World)
August 1, 2019

The benefits of musical theatre training extend far beyond learning to sing, dance, and act. It has the ability to facilitate attitudes of acceptance, the development of empathy, and even promote social change.