Broadway League

New York's Legislature Approves Theater Production Tax Credit
By Bethany Rickwald · Apr 1, 2014 · New York City

The state becomes the fourth to offer financial incentives to investors in live productions.

Well Over Half of Broadway's Tickets Are Sold to Tourists; 14% Go to Under-25s
By Bethany Rickwald · Jan 9, 2014 · New York City

The Broadway League's 16th annual demographics report reveals these and many other fascinating statistics about the 2012-2013 season.

Broadway League Announces 2013 National Education Grant Recipients
By Tyler Martins · Oct 8, 2013 · New York City

The grants help organizations develop and maintain educational programming associated with touring productions.

Broadway Holiday Strike Appears to Be Averted
By Brian Scott Lipton · Dec 17, 2012 · New York City
It looks like Broadway will have a happy ending, after all.The Broadway League's Executive Director, Charlotte St. Martin, confirms they have reached a "tentative agreement" with ...
Broadway Union 32BJ Threatening Holiday Strike
By Brian Scott Lipton · Dec 13, 2012 · New York City
Broadway could be facing a very unhappy holiday season.Union 32BJ, which represents hundreds of Broadway workers such as janitors, porters, elevator operators, and bathroom ...
All Broadway Shows and Most Off-Broadway Shows Resume Regular Schedules on November 3
By Brian Scott Lipton · Nov 3, 2012 · New York City
With power restored to Manhattan, all Broadway shows and most Off-Broadway shows have resumed regular performance schedules as of Saturday, November 3.Many shows around town had to ...