Curtain Call with Cami

Meet Cami Hancock:

Cami Hancock loves theatre. Join Cami on her blogging adventures, including her trip to New York City this last summer.





Herstory on Broadway/My Spring Break in NYC

I had a fantastic spring break leading 12 MSU students to New York City for a theatre marketing retreat through the Wharton Center Marketing Student Organization… Read more…




My Favorite Theatre Moments of 2019

Yep, it’s true—2019 is almost over and I can’t believe it. As always, this year has flown by. I have recently seen theatre critics releasing articles about their favorite shows of 2019, and I decided I wanted to do the same thing, but with a twist. Read more…




Review: Disney’s Aladdin Has More Heart Than Ever Before

“But, oh, to be free! Such a thing would be greater than all the magic and all the treasures in all the world!” Read Cami Hancock’s review of the Disney musical Aladdin.
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What I’ve Learned in My First 2 Years of College

This month I will officially be a junior in college. It feels like I just moved into my freshman dorm room in Snyder Hall, but in reality, that was two years ago . . . .This is what I’ve learned in my first two years…
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Changing My Major to Jeanine

This past weekend I saw a community theatre production of Shrek the Musical . . . . For me, Shrek was the musical that fostered my love of Broadway. It was how I was introduced to Sutton Foster—now my favorite actress of all time—and it also introduced me to one of my biggest role models: composer Jeanine Tesori.
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The Happiest (And Most Theatrical?) Place on Earth

Last week I traveled to California to visit my cousin who recently moved to Marina Del Rey. I enjoyed spending the week doing some sightseeing … catching up with family, and trying lots of new food spots. My favorite part of the week, however, had to be the two days my mom and I spent at Disneyland.
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My Seven Favorite Theatregoing Experiences

I am a firm believer in the powers of theatre. I believe theatre is capable of much more than entertainment—it can provide you an escape, lead you to ask questions, and force you to see the world from a different perspective.
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The Only Camp of Its Kind

If you’ve been reading my blog this summer, you are well aware of my passion for all things theatre and may have read my post about the lifelong impact that theatre has had on me. I’ve always had a second passion, as well—one that has been present in my life for almost as long and one that influences my life daily: writing.  Read more…

NYC Part 3: Attending the Tony Awards

When you ask someone what their favorite holiday is, you probably expect them to say Christmas, Halloween, or maybe their birthday. Whenever someone has asked me that question over the last five years, I’ve always given another answer: the Tony Awards. Read more…

NYC Part 2: A Full Week of Broadway Shows

While in New York City last week, I had the amazing opportunity to see many of the newly opened shows currently playing on Broadway. Seeing new theatre is pretty much my favorite thing to do…read more

NYC Part 1: My Favorite Adventures

This past week I traveled to my favorite place in the entire world: New York City. I believe there is no place more beautiful or exciting …read more.

There’s No Business like Show Business: The Professional Side of Theatre

As I wrote about in my last post, I fell in love with acting at age six, and it quickly became my main passion in life. While I had dreamed of a life onstage for a long time, towards the end of high school, that dream didn’t seem possible…read more

How I Fell in Love with Theatre

At age five, I saw my older cousin (and my idol) Lisa act in a play at a local children’s theater. From that moment on, I begged my parents to let me audition for a show. Read more

A Very Hamilton Weekend

This weekend I travelled to Chicago to visit Hamilton: The Exhibition, a new museum that recently opened on Chicago’s Northerly Island. Designed by David Korins, the set designer for Hamilton on Broadway, the museum has… read more

How Lucky We Are to Be Alive in the Age of Hamilton

My queen Michelle Obama once referred to Hamilton as, “the best piece of art in any form that I have ever seen in my life.” I would have to agree with her.Hamilton holds a special place in my heart. Read more