In spring 2014, theBestArts again assisted Ben Cameron and his
Broadway Sessions with Ben D as he presents a fourth year of college cabarets in NYC.
Great Broadway alums and seniors from top musical theatre programs performed, including
Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Boston Conservatory, my alma mater University of Michigan, and more.
As always, theBestArts donates all of our services; a portion of the proceeds benefit
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Learn more about these events and how to suggest college programs for 2015 at College Cabarets.
Musical Theatre in Georgia
As many regular visitors know, I produce theBestArts in Atlanta, GA. In 2014, I hope to build a significant
body of content about musical theatre companies, professionals, students and resources in Georgia.
If you're interested in musical theatre in our community, please visit and contribute to the new
Georgia section of theBestArts.
What's New on theBestArts: 2014
I've been posting quite a few new pages on the site lately. Here's a partial list of them:
All the best,
We're now featuring monthly sets of videos from
instead of weekly sets.
We'll continue to provide links to the sets of our favorite videos from
theBestArts.com that were featured in the past.
Please check back regularly!
Featured Videos by Month - 2013
Featured Videos by Month - 2012
Once we have time to put it together, we will provide a (mostly) comprehensive index to the singers and songwriters featured throughout 2012
Featured Videos by Month - 2011
Once we have time to put it together, we will provide a (mostly) comprehensive index to the singers and songwriters featured throughout 2011
Featured Videos by Month - 2010
We provide a (mostly) comprehensive index to the singers and songwriters featured throughout 2010
Weekly Highlights Videos
Here are the older "weekly highlights" pages:
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