Broadway League

The Broadway League Reverses Decision Not to Dim Marquees for Joan Rivers
By Editorial Staff · Sep 9, 2014

The organization's change of heart comes after social media outcry in the theater community.

Broadway Theaters Housing Book of Mormon, Jersey Boys, and More to Dim Lights for Joan Rivers
By Editorial Staff · Sep 9, 2014

The Broadway League had decided not to dim Broadway's marquees for the pioneering comedian.

The 69th Annual Tony Awards Sets Date for June 2015 Ceremony
By Bethany Rickwald · Sep 8, 2014

Nominations will be announced in late April.

Broadway to Dim Its Lights in Memory of Robin Williams
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 13, 2014

The iconic actor died earlier this week at the age of 63.

Broadway Will Dim Its Lights for Broadway Legend Elaine Stritch
By Editorial Staff · Jul 17, 2014

The brassy Broadway mainstay died today at 89.

Broadway to Dim Its Marquee Lights in Memory of Eli Wallach
By David Gordon, Hayley Levitt · Jun 25, 2014

Wallach died on June 24 at the age of 98.

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

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

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

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
SEIU Local 32BJ and Broadway League reach tentative, mutually beneficial agreement.