Totally Tonys! Family Fun for Fans of the 2013 Tony Awards
Welcome to the 2013 Totally Tonys area of TonyAwards.com! Can you believe how many Broadway shows this past season featured young performers or told stories perfect for audiences of all ages? This is the place to find link to family-friendly and kids-related stories, photos, puzzles, videos, educational resources, and more.
Kids from Annie and Matilda, plus Cinderella!
Watch KidzVuz.com reporters interview our host, Neil Patrick Harris and nominee Patina Miller:
Nine Broadway Shows Feature Child Actors - from The New York Times
With nine shows featuring child actors, Broadway stages are teeming with little ones right now, and the business of tending to them is booming — meaning tutors, casting agents, kids-only dressing rooms and minders (otherwise known as “wranglers”) who greet the youthful performers at the stage door, keeping backstage a no-parents zone. Read more...
Kids on Broadway: The 2012-2013 Season
Take a look at some of the young performers who appeared on Broadway stages this past season.
Broadway Crossword from the New York Times
If you need help with clues, check out the articles above!
Answer key - don't cheat!
Kids' Night on Broadway
The Broadway League's national audience development program that invites kids to see participating shows for free when accompanied by a full-paying adult. KNOB takes place in NYC in the winter, and in other cities throughout the year when touyruing shows come to town. More info...
PxP Online Magazine
Theatre Development Fund’s PxP magazine is an online forum for conversation, connecting the young theatergoing community in active and personal response to New York theatre.
Broadway’s original summer camp for theatre-loving kids provides theatre training for kids ages 6 to 17 in singing, dancing, and acting.
Young Playwrights Inc.
The only professional theater in the United States dedicated to identifying, developing, and promoting playwrights ages 18 and under. National and local plawriting competitions, playwriting classes, summer retreats, and more for young writers.
TDF Theatre Dictionary
Your video guide to theatre lingo. A fun resource for learning Broadway’s insider vocabulary.
A professional New York City based children’s theatre company committed to producing Broadway’s classic musicals in a contemporary light for young audiences
Broadway Speakers Bureau
The Broadway League offers FREE Broadway career panel discussions to high schools and colleges through our Broadway Speakers Bureau. Now in its ninth season, these interactive seminars share information about non-performance careers in the arts (producing, general management, marketing, press, stage management, etc.) with schools around the country.
The American Theatre Wing’s “Working in the Theatre” video initiative features background information on the creation of some kid-friendly shows.
Behind the Curtain at Disney Theatrical