7 (More) Broadway Social Media Accounts to Follow in 2018

Lists   7 (More) Broadway Social Media Accounts to Follow in 2018
 
The movers and shakers to follow to keep your feeds full of Broadway buzz.
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Tyler Mount. Humans of Broadway. BroadwayGirlNYC. You know ‘em. You love ‘em. You already follow them on social media. Especially if you took Playbill’s advice and followed everyone on our 2017 social media influencers list. This year we’re giving you eight more social media accounts to follow for an even wider look at the industry.

1. Broadway Buzz


Follow on: Twitter
Follow if you: Like knowing the goings-on Broadway

Get a glimpse at insider Broadway events around New York City with Broadway Buzz. Whether it’s Phantom of the Opera’s anniversary curtain call, a Broadway Serves event, or a Playbill Pop-Up performance, Broadway Buzz’s Bryan Campione always makes sure his followers have a front row seat to the action.




2. Broadwaysted podcast


Follow on: iTunes / Twitter
Follow if you: Would love to grab a pint with your favorite Broadway performer

Broadwaysted serves interviews with members of the theatre community with a twist. Guests of the podcast (including Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Carmen Cusack, and Jenna Ushkowitz, just to name a few) join hosts, Bryan Plofsky, Kevin Jaeger, and Kimberly Cooper, for a drink as they talk about their love for theatre and play games the way only theatre kids can.

3. call and response podcast


Follow on: iTunes / Instagram
Follow if you: Are interested in the intersection of blackness and performing arts

Hosted by Playbill’s social media manager, Felicia Fitzpatrick, the call and response podcast explores the intersection between blackness and performing arts through interviews with Broadway actors, creatives, and more. Guests, including Tony nominees Adrienne Warren and Denée Benton, discuss their audition room anecdotes, industry trends, and artistic journeys.

4. David Korins


Follow on: Instagram
Follow if you: Want to watch the sets of Broadway’s hottest shows built before your eyes

He designed Hamilton. He designed Dear Evan Hansen. He designed Bandstand, War Paint, and—beyond Broadway—works on the concert tours of Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Kanye, and other superstars. Korins documents his creative process on his Instagram to give his followers unparalleled access to Broadway stages and beyond.

Read More: WATCH HAMILTON’S ICONIC SET BE BUILT

5. Diep Tran


Follow on: Twitter
Follow if you: Aim to further the conversation of diversity and representation

“Diversity” and “representation” are still buzzwords in the industry—for good reason—and we are constantly learning how these words can impact our work and art. Through her writing at American Theatre Magazine and beyond, Diep Tran pushes the theatre community to think about how everyone can proactively integrate these concepts into daily life.



6. The Hamilcast podcast


Follow on: iTunes / Twitter
Follow if you: Are obsessed with Hamilton

Hosted by Gillian Pensavalle, The Hamilcast began in 2016 as an outlet for Pensavalle to talk about Ron Chernow’s Hamilton biography with her fellow Hamilfans. The podcast quickly became a fan favorite and a go-to source for all things Hamilton. Throughout the 100 episodes, hear from actors like Javier Muñoz, Lexi Lawson, and Andrew Chappelle. Even Lin-Manuel Miranda takes the mic—for five episodes!

Read More: 9 MOMENTS OF HAMILTON FORESHADOWING FROM THE IN THE HEIGHTS DOCUMENTARY

7. Pets of Broadway


Follow on: Instagram
Follow if you: Love Jellicle cats, Bruiser, Sandy, and Toto

Similar to Humans of Broadway, the Instagram account provides access to meet and learn the stories about the pets of your favorite Broadway performers.


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