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Student Blog: Let's Drop Some BARS ? Beatboxing, Acting, Rapping, Singing PhotoStudent Blog: Let's Drop Some BARS ? Beatboxing, Acting, Rapping, Singing
Posted: Apr. 7, 2021


Student Blog: The New Era of Fandom PhotoStudent Blog: The New Era of Fandom
Posted: Apr. 21, 2021


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BWW Blog: Is BRIDGERTON THE MUSICAL the Future of Broadway? PhotoBWW Blog: Is BRIDGERTON THE MUSICAL the Future of Broadway?
Posted: Feb. 25, 2021


BWW Blog: Marcus Martin - Gifted Beyond the Stage PhotoBWW Blog: Marcus Martin - Gifted Beyond the Stage
Posted: Feb. 11, 2021


Student Blog: Level Forward's Producer Julia Dunetz on THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT Stage Adapt PhotoStudent Blog: Level Forward's Producer Julia Dunetz on THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT Stage Adaptation
Posted: Mar. 31, 2021


Student Blog: The New Era of Fandom
April 21, 2021

Stage door, fan mail, events at Shubert Alley – the starter pack of an OG Broadway fan. However, things have been changing, and not just because of the pandemic. And that was one of the topics discussed at the BroadwayCon Industry Day, produced by Situation.

Student Blog: Let's Drop Some BARS – Beatboxing, Acting, Rapping, Singing
April 7, 2021

Freestyle Love Supreme Academy member, Jay Ellis, created this new improv music theatre production that will have everyone rapping and singing all night long.

Student Blog: Level Forward's Producer Julia Dunetz on THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT Stage Adaptation
March 31, 2021

You may not know her yet, but you have certainly heard of some of the projects she has been involved in. As a Producer at Level Forward, Dunetz has worked in great shows such as Slave Play. Now, the 24-year old is part of the musical adaptation of The Queen's Gambit.

Student Blog: An Interview with HADESTOWN Fate Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer
March 16, 2021

'I love everything about this show. The entire piece is almost all done in song and from the moment that we hear that iconic trombone intro, you are transported and really taken on a ride.'

BWW Blog: Is BRIDGERTON THE MUSICAL the Future of Broadway?
February 25, 2021

After binging the show, Abigail wrote two songs (Oceans Away and Burn for You). She shared them on TikTok, the most viral of all platforms, and it was an instant success.

BWW Blog: Marcus Martin - Gifted Beyond the Stage
February 11, 2021

I have no doubt you’ll soon hear his name in the industry (maybe playing one of his dream roles as the Genie in Aladdin or Hercules Mulligan in Hamilton). But for now, you can listen to his podcast and follow his very inspirational Instagram page!

BWW Blog: What I Did for Love (and Opportunity)
January 29, 2021

In a year of uncertainty, and fear one could argue, “it is okay to postpone your plans.” “Nothing is happening anyway.” “It’s okay. Things will happen when they happen.” And I agree with those statements. However, while many segments of our lives are on hold (leases are not getting increased, student loans are frozen, etc.), many are still running, just like my student visa deadline. 

BWW Blog: What's the Best Broadway Can Be?
December 21, 2020

For my final blog post of 2020, I want to write about the future. More specifically, the future of Broadway.

BWW Blog: Pop Culture Trends Turned Into Musicals
December 7, 2020

Daniel’s talent goes from writing a full musical to turning memes into songs

BWW Blog: Interview with Next On Stage Finalist, Andrew Nelin
November 17, 2020

Andrew Nelin, senior Music Theatre major from VA, was a finalist at the second season of BroadwayWorld’s Next On Stage competition.

BWW Blog: I've Graduated! Now What? - Lauren Tidmore
November 9, 2020

Next up we have Lauren Tidmore, from Orwigsburg, PA. She has graduated with a BFA in Acting, with a minor in Dance, and is one of the sweetest artists I’ve met my first semester at BW. 

BWW Blog: Marketing SPRING AWAKENING Worldwide
October 27, 2020

As we got closer and closer to the beginning of classes, every new guideline imposed a harder restriction to how the University would be able to put on this show.

BWW Blog: I've Graduated! Now What? - Bailey Ford
October 14, 2020

This is chapter 2 of a?oeIa??ve Graduated! Now What?a?? a series in which I interview recent Baldwin Wallace graduates from arts related majors, so that we can all hear about their experiences, and even learn from their advices. 

BWW Blog: I've Graduated! Now What? - Enrique Miguel
October 5, 2020

Welcome to the first chapter of the 'I've Graduated! Now What?' series! As I'm now officially a senior, I'm thinking about my next steps after I leave college. And what better way to learn more than from listening from experience? 

BWW Blog: Broadway in Brazil
September 10, 2020

Have you ever thought about the fact that there are musicals being produced in Brazil? Both Broadway adaptations and original work? Thanks to these shows, many are being exposed to the art form we love so much, myself included! 

BWW Blog: Online Back to School from Abroad
September 1, 2020

I came back home to Brazil for my spring break and never went back to Baldwin Wallace University. Because of the pandemic, there is a travel ban imposed by the US to Brazilians, preventing me from returning to campus this fall.

BWW Blog: Make Theatre Accessible - A Pandemic Lesson
August 14, 2020

Something good does come from bad, and that is what the pandemic is teaching us and the industry

BWW Blog: Freedom Summer
July 30, 2020

But this Freedom Summer that youa??re going to read all about is a new musical written by, now Baldwin Wallace music theatre alumni, based in the events that took place in the summer of 1964.  

BWW Blog: KINKY BOOTS at Baldwin Wallace – Much More than an Academic Premiere
July 8, 2020

Baldwin Wallace was the first University to secure the rights for producing Kinky Boots in 2019.

BWW Blog: Arts Managers and Where to Find Them
June 29, 2020

Do you know that feeling when you love the arts so much, but you don't really want to pursue them as a career, but you also don't want to let them go? Well, let me tell you something: Arts Management & Entrepreneurship is the major for you. 



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