Highlights: The Rent reunion, the Hamilton panel and "Next Stop, Broadway!"
I liked just watching all the teenagers getting excited…watching them really get into it. I found it interesting how so many of the speakers on all the panels have said they'd wished this had been around when they were a kid. Even they were geeking out about it happening, and I just think that's really cool.
The weekend in one word: Joyous
Highlights: The Rent reunion and the Opening Ceremony. I wasn't expecting how wonderful it would be.
Most starstruck by: Jonathan Groff and Joshua Safran
The weekend in one word: Geeking-Out
Highlights: Sara Bareilles jumping up on the stage to sing, the Broadway Party Line and the Rent panel, with Daphne Rubin-Vega deciding to Facetime Jesse L. Martin because she was mad he wasn't there.
The weekend in one word: Fantastic
Highlights: The Broadway Party Line – Patti LuPone calling in was amazing and the "Smash" panel.
The weekend in one word: Stupendous
Michael Bradley Block, Volunteer
Highlight: Just seeing how many fans from across the country, as far as San Antonio, come to celebrate what we all love.
A BroadwayCon surprise: I wasn't expecting the amount of people in costume and as dedicated as they were.
Most interesting person encountered: Stewart F. Lane
Do it again next year? Absolutely
Charlotte Dow, Volunteer
Highlight: The Gender Diversity panel was eye-opening.
A BroadwayCon surprise: That people still came despite the snow and the passion of the community.
The weekend in one word: Extravagant
Julia Rachel Marshall
Highlight: The sing-along. I had so much fun singing with everybody and people I didn’t know…I love Broadway so much and just expressing myself.
Favorite show: Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder
Highlight: The Something Rotten panel. I just love hearing what the stars have to say because they're so talented.
The weekend in one word: Amazing