The 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 Attendance Has Increased Over 5 Percent in the Past Year
By Editorial Staff · May 27, 2014

The Broadway League has released end-of-season statistics for 2013-2014.

The Broadway League and World Book Night to Give Out Free Copies of Shakespeare's Sonnets
By Bethany Rickwald · Apr 21, 2014

The book giveaway will celebrate William Shakespeare's 450th birthday.

Broadway Productions of Act One, Matilda, and Violet Will Engage Students Throughout New York City
By David Gordon · Mar 17, 2014

The Broadway League has awarded the shows $5,000 New York education grants to aid the development of theater education in the five boroughs.

The Broadway League Announces Dates for the 18th Annual Kids' Night on Broadway
By Tyler Martins · Oct 24, 2013

The weeklong event allows children aged 6 to 18 to see Broadway shows for free.

Hugh Panaro, Lillias White, and Annaleigh Ashford to Join Holland Taylor for Broadway Salutes
By Bethany Rickwald · Sep 10, 2013
The Broadway League and the Coalition of Broadway Unions and Guilds present the fifth annual event.
The Internets and Tourists Keep Broadway Alive, Report Shows
By Hannah Miet · Dec 3, 2012
An annual report by The Broadway League indicates the increasing impact of social media on ticket sales.